Student Name:
ANSWER SHEET
Stony Brook ID:
ANSWER SHEET
PSY201.01
Homework 2
Due Monday 9.30.13 at the beginning of class
General instructions for homework:
1. Show all of your work. If you get an incorrect answer due to basic calculation
errors, partial
Student Name:
ANSWER SHEET (and point allocation)
Stony Brook ID:
ANSWER SHEET (and point allocation)
PSY201.01
Homework 5
Due Monday 11.25.13 at the beginning of class
General instructions for homework:
1. Show all of your work. If you get an incorrect a
Psychological Science
http:/pss.sagepub.com/
The Bright Side of Stress-Induced Eating: Eating More When Stressed but Less When Pleased
Gudrun Sproesser, Harald T. Schupp and Britta Renner
Psychological Science published online 28 October 2013
DOI: 10.1177
11/14/2013
Friday, November 15, 2013
A correlation describes the relationship between two numeric (equal-interval, or
approximately equal-interval) variables
In understanding the nature of the relationship between two variables we want to
determine the di
11/20/2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Purpose and conceptual overview of prediction
Logic of linear regression and the least squared error principle
Figuring the regression equation
Regression constant and regression coefficient
Standardized regressio
11/22/2013
Friday, November 22, 2013
Purpose and conceptual overview of prediction
Logic of linear regression and the least squared error principle
Figuring the regression equation
Regression constant and regression coefficient
Standardized regression c
11/19/2013
Monday, November 18, 2013
Exam 4 grades are up
Last homework (HW 5) will be assigned on
Wednesday, and due on Monday
Course evaluations
http:/stonybrook.campuslabs.com/courseeval/
1
11/19/2013
How correlations are presented graphically
Positiv
11/1/2013
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Basic logic of ANOVA
Hypothesis testing
Computational procedures
The F-distribution
Assumptions of ANOVA
Follow-up tests
Effect size and power
ANOVA in research articles
Remember that assumptions refer to
conditions
11/13/13
Wednesday , November 13, 2013
Exam 4
End of semester expecta1ons
Ques7ons?
Three more topics (Chapters 11, 12, and 13):
Correla7on
Predic7on (Regression)
Chisquare
1
11/13/13
Most tests learned thus f
9/19/13
Friday, September 20, 2013
Exam 1 grades are posted
Will not be passing back, can go to TA to see exam
Last name A through L: Yoon
Last name M through Z: Akos
Email to schedule a dierent Ime
Nex
10/16/2013
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Homework 3- turn in now
Will post answers on Blackboard
Will grade and return by Monday
Exam 3 is a week from today:
All about t tests
, Wed 2:35-4:35
Feature of the t-test
Single Sample
Dependent Means
Independen
10/25/2013
Friday, October 25, 2013
Exam 3 done- grades next week
Two more homework assignments
HW 4
HW 5
Two more tests
Exam 4 (Chapters 9 and 10)
Exam 5 (Chapters 11, 12, 13)- FINAL
Remember that grades for homework 5 and exam 5 will be
factored int
10/9/2013
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Homework 3 will be assigned on Friday, and
due next Wednesday
, Wed 2:35-4:35
Steps in Hypothesis Testing
Difference from when Population Variance is Known
1. Restate the question as a research
hypothesis and a null hy
9/29/13
Monday, September 30, 2013
Homework 2:
Turn in up front
Exam 2 is on Friday
Chapters 4, 5, and 6
Similar structure: MulDple choice and
computaDonal
Review session Wednesday in class
, Wed 2:354:35
9/9/13
Monday, September 9, 2013
TAs will be grading homework, will aim to get
back by Friday
If you struggled, seek help need to know this
for exam
Review for test in class on Friday
DescripIve staIsIcs as
9/18/2013
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Grading status
Grades will be posted on Blackboard
Will not be passing back, can go to TA to see exam
Last name A through L: Yoon
Last name M through Z: Akos
Email to schedule a different time (if regular hours
9/23/2013
Monday, September 23, 2013
Wednesday:
In class activity (opportunity to earn extra credit
for Exam 2, and practice for homework)
Next homework assigned on Wednesday, due
on Monday
Exam 2 coming up fast a week from Friday!
, Wed 2:35-4:35
Direct
9/5/13
Friday, September 6, 2013
Homework 1B is due on Monday at the
beginning of class
If you arrive > 15 minutes late, you will not be
permiIed to submit your homework.
Emailing over the weekend
Note a
Exam 1
Conceptual
section: 25 multiple choice
Computational
section: Similar to HW and
activity that we will practice in class today
Will provide formulas and Z table
Review
textbook, review slides/notes, do
practice problems in the book, review
On Te
8/27/13
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Set of mathema*cal procedures for
organizing, summarizing, and interpre<ng
informa<on
Method of pursuing truth
Drawing generalizable conclusions from a limited
set of observa<ons
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