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Behavioral Sciences STAT (with CourseMa...

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Gary Heiman

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781285458144

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What is the goal of behavioral research?

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(a) What is a population? (b) What is a sample? (c)How are samples used to make conclusions about...

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(a) What is a variable? (b) What is a quantitative variable? (c) What is a qualitative variable?

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What pattern among the X and Y scores do you see when: (a) A relationship exists between them? (b)...

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What is the difference in the pattern among the X and Y scores between (a) a perfectly consistent...

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(a) What is a representative sample? (b) What is an unrepresentative sample? (c) What produces an...

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In an experiment, what is the dependent variable?

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What is the difference between the independent variable and the conditions of the independent...

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(a) What are descriptive statistics used for? (b)What are inferential statistics used for?

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(a) What is the difference between a statistic and a parameter? (b) What types of symbols are used...

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Define the four scales of measurement

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(a) Distinguish between continuous and discrete variables. (b) Which scales are usually assumed to...

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What are the two aspects of a study to consider when selecting the descriptive or inferential...

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Researcher A gives participants various amounts of alcohol and then observes any decrease in their...

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Maria asked a sample of college students about their favorite beverage. Based on what the majority...

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In the following experiments, identify the independent variable, the conditions, and the dependent...

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Use the words relationship, sample, population, statistic, and parameter to describe the flow of a...

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Which of the following data sets show a relationship? Sample A Sample B Sample C Sample D X Y X Y X...

Chapter 1 - Introduction To Statistics And ResearchChapter 2 - Creating And Using Frequency DistributionsChapter 3 - Summarizing Scores With Measures Of Central TendencyChapter 4 - Summarizing Scores With Measures Of VariabilityChapter 5 - Describing Data With Z-scores And The Normal CurveChapter 6 - Using Probability To Make Decisions About DataChapter 8 - Hypothesis Testing Using The One-sample T-test

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