Question 1
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In statistics, a population refers to which of the following?
Correct!
All possible members of a defined group
Found in section 1.2, What About the Notation Symbols?
Question 2
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We have the following values in a stem-
Running head: STATISTICAL CONCEPTS 1
Evaluating a Quantitative Research Study and Concepts
David Wright
PSY 325 Statistics for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
Jeral Kirwan
May 12, 2017
STATISTICAL CONCEPTS 2
Evaluating a Quantitative Research Study and C
Running head: MEMORY AND CHOCHLATE
1
The Study of Chocolate Towards Memory
David Wright
PSY 325 Statistics for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
May 8, 2017
MEMORY AND CHOCHLATE
2
The Study of Chocolate Towards Memory
David Wright
There has been differen
Chocolate And Memory
1
Chocolate & Memory
PSY325
Statistics for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
Instructor Jeral Kirwan
Andrew Robbins, Jr.
5/10/17
Chocolate And Memory
2
Introduction
Research has recently been done linking chocolate consumption with the
Grade Details - All Questions
Question
1.
Question :
The expression, x calls for which procedure?
Student Answer:
Summing all values in a list
A listing of all values
Identifying the central value in a list
Listing all values in order
Instructor
Explanati
Running head: EFFECTS FROM SMOKING
The Effects of Body Image Exposure with Female Smokers
David Wright
PSY325 Statistics for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
Jeral Kirwan
April 17, 2017
1
EFFECTS FROM SMOKING
2
The Effects of Body Image Exposure with Fema
Running head: ALCOHOL
1
An Addictive Personality with Alcohol
David Wright
PSY 325 Statistics for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
Jeral Kirwan
April 13, 2017
ALCOHOL
2
An Addictive Personality with Alcohol
Alcohol may have a reflection upon a persons per
David Wright
Wk. 1 D. 1
April 6, 2017
Descriptive Statistic Calculating
The numbers for this sample that I chose were from the example that is in the classroom
book called Statistics for the Behavioral & Social Sciences (2nd ed.) written by D. Tanner
(201
David Wright
Wk. 2 D. 1
April 14, 2017
The Standard Normal Distribution of Probability
When something has, a probability attached to it, it means that there is a chance
something will occur. There is a good chance that something will happen, or a student
Running head: RISPERIDONE AND AUTISM
The Effects of Risperidone in Autistic Children and Their Behavior
David Wright
PSY 325 Statistics for the Behavior & Social Sciences
Jeral Kirwan
April 25, 2017
1
RISPERIDONE AND AUTISM
2
The Effects of Risperidone in
David Wright
Wk. 5 D. 1
May 6, 2017
Working with A Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Test
Testing for statistical out comes may involve different types of testing to be done to show
proof of the theory to be a null hypothesis or an alternative hypothesis. The go
David Wright
Wk. 4 D. 1
April 27, 2017
The Cause and Effect with Correlation
Correlation tells us that there is a connection between two things but it does not necessary
create a permanent connection. One may view two things that may go together but other
David Wright
Wk. 3 D. 1
April 20, 2017
A Study for A New Blood Pressure Medicine
To conduct this study, I would choose two different groups that have high blood pressure
as a health issue. The first group would be labeled A and the second would be labeled
Running head: FINAL PAPER
1
Final Project
Darlene Foster
PSY 325
Instructor Russell
April 18, 2016
CHEAT
Running head: FINAL PAPER
2
ESSAY ONE:
Within this essay I will be answering the question, which vaccine is more effective for
preventing the flu. It
1
Chocolate
Chocolate Is Good!
By: Tanya Stuart
PSY325: Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences
Instructor: Janine Holstein
May 8, 2017
2
Chocolate
Rejoice in the news! Research has revealed that the sweet people love may be good for
you. Recent res
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PSY 325 QUIZ 1 WK 4
Week 4
1. Question :
Which of the following defines the intercept value in a regression
solution?
Student Answer:
The value of y when x = 0
The degree of error in the prediction
The negative impact of x on y
The change in y from +1.0 i
PSY 325 WK 5 DB
According to Tanner (2016), Chi-square goodness-of-fit test is a test of significant differences in
frequency whereby nominal data occur in distinct categories. These tests are based on the
assumption that under normal conditions the expec
PSY 325 WK 4 DB
In this post, you will be challenged to look at how statistical tests, such as correlation are
commonly used and the possible limitations of such analyses. In addition, you will need to
identify the appropriate application of course-specif
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Final
Final Paper Exam
By: Tanya Stuart
PSY 325: Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences
Instructor: Janine Holstein
May 15, 2017
2
Final
In conducting an experiment to test the effectiveness of a vaccine on the flu, researchers
are testing two ty
PSY 325 WK 3 QUIZ
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Risperidone
Cognitive Effect of Risperidone
Week 3 Critique
By: Tanya Stuart
PSY 325: Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences
Instructor: Janie Holstein
May 1, 2017
2
Risperidone
In addition to core symptoms, children with autism frequently have s
ANOVA Article Critique
Read the article Cognitive effects of risperidone in children with autism and irritable behavior,
and identify the research questions and/or hypotheses as they are stated. Consider the following
questions: What are the variables (sa
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STATISTICAL
Statistical Concepts
Elizabeth Morris
PSY325: Statistics for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
Dorothy Sellers
February 25, 2016
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STATISTICAL
Statistical Concepts
Part A: Essay 1
For this essay, we will determine which vaccine would be consi
Differential effects of a body image exposure session on smoking urge between physically active and
sedentary female smokers,
References
Nair, U. S., Collins, B. N., & Napolitano, M. A. (2013). Differential effects of a body
image exposure session on smok
ANOVA ADVICE
Information for your discussion about Analysis of Variance (ANOVA):
The purpose of a One-way ANOVA:
When a study looks at three or more groups of scores, a one-way ANOVA permits the
researcher to use the data for the purpose of making a singl