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This always specifies that the
treatment had no effect or made no
difference.
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Hypothesis testing is said to be this
kind of a process because sample
data is used to make decisions
about a population.
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Rejecting the null hypothesis when,
in fact, the null hypothesis is true.
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Retaining the null hypothesis when,
in fact, the null hypothesis is false.
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Rejecting the null hypothesis when,
in fact, the null hypothesis is false.
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T-test Basics--$100
Use a t statistic instead of a z
statistic when this is not known.
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T-test Basics--$200
The shape of the t-distribution is
determined by
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In general, a t-test can be
expressed as this ratio.
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Use this kind of t-test when
comparing a single sample to a
hypothesized population value.
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The alternative hypothesis for a
two-tailed t-test comparing the
mean of one sample to a
hypothesized population mean of
450 ms.
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Independent Samples--$100
Another name for an independent
samples design.
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The number of scores contributed
by each participant in an
independent samples design.
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In an independent samples design,
this special calculation of variability
must be computed and used to
figure the estimated standard error.
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A simple average of the group
variances can be used to calculate
estimated standard error only when
__________.
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For an independent samples
design, if df=18 the total number of
participants must be ___.
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Another name for a repeated
samples design.
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The number of scores contributed
by each participant in a repeated
samples design.
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A variant of the repeated samples
design in which great care is taken
to minimize individual differences
between two participants.
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The null hypothesis for a two-tailed
test in a repeated samples design.
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In a repeated samples design, the
estimated standard error is reduced
because this can be removed.
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This means “two names,” referring
to a scale consisting of exactly two
categories.
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Use this to look up the proportion of
the normal distribution
corresponding to a particular zscore.
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Use this research strategy to
describe the relationship between
two variables.
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A researcher administers the same
drug to 3 groups of participants, with
each group confined to a room with a
different temperature—60, 70, and 80
degrees respectively. What is the
independent variable and how many
levels are there?
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The z-score distribution will always
have a mean of ___ and a standard
deviation of ___.
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Hypothesis Testing--$100
A: What is the null
hypothesis?
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A: What is inferential?
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A: What is a type I error?
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A: What is a type II error?
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A: What is power?
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A: What is the population
standard deviation or the
population variance?
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A: What is df or n?
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A: What is obtained
(observed) difference over
difference expected by
chance alone?
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A: What is a one sample or
single sample t?
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A: What is μ is not equal to
450?
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Independent Samples--$100
A: What is a betweensubjects design?
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A: What is 1?
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A: What is pooled variance?
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A: What is n1=n2?
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A: What is 20?
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Repeated Samples--$100
A: What is a within-subjects
design?
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A: What is 2 (at least)?
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A: What is a matched
subjects design?
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A: What is the population
mean of the difference scores
is equal to zero?
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A: What is the variability due
to individual differences?
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A: What is binomial?
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A: What is the unit normal
table?
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A: What is correlational?
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A: What is room temperature
and 3 levels?
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A: What is 0 and 1? (in that order)
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