NORMAL APPROXIMATION
What is normal approximation?
We can use normal approximation when we assume that our data is
_normally_ distributed.
How do we use normal approximation?
Convert the _raw_scores in our sample to _z-scores_using the following
formula:
PSYCHOLOGY 292 QUIZ #2
WINTER 2005 DR. KOEHLER
FEBRUARY 15, 2005
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #2
WINTER 2010 DR. KOEHLER
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #2
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #1
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #1
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #2
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #2
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #1
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #1
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 EXAMPLE FINAL EXAM
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Sample Distribution.
Relationship between the values of a variable for a sample and its
values for the entire population from which the sample was taken.
If I know what the population looks like, what can I expect the sample
to look like?
Sampling variabi
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Department of Psychology
Psychology 292
Basic Data Analysis
Winter 2014
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Normal Distributions
More specifically, the shape of the distribution is determined by its mean ()
and the spread is determined by its standard deviation ().
The black and the red normal curves have means or centers at = 10.
Standard Deviation Rule
(or th
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 UNIT TEST #1
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 QUIZ #2
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 QUIZ #2
WINTER 2005 DR. KOEHLER
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 QUIZ #1
WINTER 2005 DR. KOEHLER
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 QUIZ #1
WINTER 2005 DR. KOEHLER
JANUARY 25, 2005
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PSYCHOLOGY 292 QUIZ #2
WINTER 2005 DR. KOEHLER
FEBRUARY 14, 2006
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