Chapters ten to eighteen

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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966 - Psychometrics
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15 subjects a t test AB aB Ab alcoholism analysis of variance assumptions average age guessed black dice brain damage calorie Carry cell CHAPTER 11 Chapter 12 check your definitions chi-square distribution chi-square test chi-square variable column comparisons among means comparisons orthogonal confidence intervals confidence limits contingency table corre correlation coefficient Cov X cues curvilinear regression data follow data given data of problem data table Define the following degrees of freedom dependent variable dice discrete random variables DISCUSSION E x2 equation for predicting error of estimate Establish 95 experiment experimental conditions F test factor Farenheit Find Find 95 find the 99 fixed-effects model following frequency distribution following terms found in problem frequency distribution given below given in problem group of 15 groups Hint husbands and wives independent independent random variables interaction effects interval intraclass correlation investigator was interested Kendall's tau kindergarten linear linear combination linear regression linear relation manic depressives Mann-Whitney test mean square median test midpoints mixed model multiple correlation multiple regression non-parametric normal distribution null hypothesis nursery school original example orthogonal orthogonal polynomials pairs partial correlation piano planned comparisons population post-hoc comparisons predictive association problem 12 problem 8 above proficiency proportion of variance random effects random effects model random sample random variables randomly rank correlation recessive characteristics regression coefficient regression equation Republican sample size sample standard error sampling distribution score showed sign test significance tests significant difference somatotype Source d.f. squares between groups standard deviation standardized score statistic stooge Sum of squares Suppose Test the hypothesis Test the significance trend true proportion Type I error unbiased estimate variance accounted variance and F versus vote Republican white dice X and Y X value Y midpoints Z transformation

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