## Applied statistics for the behavioral sciences |

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### Contents

Organizing Data for Meaningful Representation | 12 |

Measures of Central Tendency | 32 |

Standard Scores and the Normal Curve | 50 |

Copyright | |

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### Other editions - View all

Applied Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Dennis E. Hinkle,William Wiersma,Stephen G. Jurs No preview available - 2002 |

Applied Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Houghton Mifflin Company,Dennis E. Hinkle,William Wiersma,Stephen G. Jurs No preview available - 1997 |

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05 level alternative hypothesis Appendix appropriate assumption behavioral sciences calculated canonical correlation canonical variate cell Chapter class interval column computed concept confidence interval Consider contingency table correlation coefficient critical value defined degrees of freedom determine difference discussed equal error rate example expected frequencies f-distribution F-ratio factor analysis formula freedom associated frequency distribution hypothesis is rejected hypothesis testing hypothesized value independent samples independent variable inferential statistics level of significance linear main effect mathematics median multiple normal curve normal distribution null hypothesis null hypothesis H0 observed one-way ANOVA ordinal Pearson percentile rank population mean population variance probability procedures proportion ratio raw score regression relationship researcher sample mean sample statistic sampling distribution scattergram Scheffe method selected standard deviation standard error standard score statistically significant sum of squares test scores test statistic Testing H0 testing the null tion two-way ANOVA Type I error underlying distribution z-scores zero