ch 1 & 2 Intro &scaling
ch 3 & 4 frequency & mesaures of central tendency
ch 5 Measures of varibity
ch 6 Z-score
ch 10 Hypothesis testing

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The scale of measurement that is categorical with no properties of the real number system.
What is nominal data

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Find the mode of the following data set. 8, 7, 2, 4, 4, 8, 2, 4, 6, 5, 7, 3, 9, 4, 5, 4, 7
4

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Measures of variability are used to
summarize and describe the extent to which scores in a distribution differ from one another.

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The z-score transformation is a useful statistical tool because it enables statisticians to
compare and interpret scores from virtually any distribution.

### 100

Stating that the null was false when it was indeed true.
Type I error

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The entire group of interest is called the....
population

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When a distribution’s mode = median = mean, it is said to be
Normally distributed

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What is the problem with calculating the average of the deviations?
It equals zero

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A z-score of zero always means that
the raw score is equal to the mean

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Lower alpha increases the chances of making this error.
Type II error

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In order to make statements about the population from information obtained from a sample, we must use
an inferential statistic

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Determines the direction of the study; its measures, scaling and thereby statistical analysis. It is the prediction being made or the question being researched.
What is hypothesis?

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In general, the larger the value of the standard deviation
the wider the spread of the scores

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The mean of a z-score distribution is always __________, and the standard deviation is always __________.
0; 1

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What one does when the obtained probability is larger than alpha.
What is Accept the Null?

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The variable that is measured as an experiment is being carried out is called the
dependent variable

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When sample data is used to generalize to other samples within the population, what type of statistics is used?
What are inferential statistics?

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If you were interested in determining the variance for a sample nnot tested, which equation would you use?
Estimating the population (N-1)

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Daily double!!!!! Place you bid for the mystery question....
What does the standard deviation mean?

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When a hypothesis states a direction to its perdiction, it is called...
A one tail

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A distribution that is symmetrical, that has as its middle score the score with the highest frequency, and that has decreasing frequencies as scores move further from the middle score is called a(n) __________ distribution.
Normal distribution

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In a simple frequency distribution constructed from the data 9, 8, 8, 7, 7, 7, 5, 5, 4, 4, 4, 4, 3, 2, 2, 1, 0, 0, the score “7” would have an f of
3

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when would you use the population standardard deviation?
when you knew the entire population.

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Alicia scored a 70 on her psychology quiz, but the class as a whole averaged a 40. If the standard deviation was 10, what was Alicia’s z-score?
3

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Even if statistical significance is found, one must rule out other variables having possibly impacted the results. What hypothesis is considered here?
Confounding