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PSYC 209-01 PS Y C HO L O GI C A L A P P L I C A T I O N S O F UN I V A R I A T E ST A T I S T I C S I TR, 2-3:15
Instructor . David Corey Office . 3061 Percival Stern Hall, Tulane University Email . dave@tulane.edu Office hours . By appointment.

Here are the solutions. If you see anything that looks like an error, please let me know immediately. I did not show you how to produce source tables after the first, as you can see source tables in the online handout dr.c 1. A political scientist wa

PSYC 209: Univariate Statistics
Constants Definition: any measurement that does not change Example: pi, distance A variable can be a constant in a given context Variables
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Definition: any measurement that can take on different v

BETWEEN-GROUPS ANOVA One-way between subjects ANOVA Source SS Group ( y g - y )2
Error Total
df g1
g(n 1) = N g N1
(y - y (y - y
g
)2
)2
Two-way between subjects ANOVA (AxB) Source SS A ( y A - y ) 2
B AxB Error Total
df a1 b1
(y - y )

Here are a few design-identification questions for practice. If you see anything that looks like an error, please let me know immediately. dr.c
For each item, identify: a) IV name(s) b) levels of each IV c) measurement type (continuous or categorica

IV Categorical Categorical DV Continuous ANOVA Correlation/Regression Chi-Square Continuous Discriminant Function Analysis
Are Subjects measured more than once? Yes
No
How many IV's are there?
2
1
1-way between-groups ANOVA
Does any IV No defin