## Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral SciencesWritten by Fredrick Gravetter, the Study Guide includes chapter summaries, learning objectives, new terms and concepts, new formulas, step-by-step procedures for solving problems, hints and cautions, and self-tests. |

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### Contents

Frequency Distributions | 15 |

Central Tendency | 29 |

Variability | 44 |

Copyright | |

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Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Frederick Gravetter,Larry Wallnau Limited preview - 2013 |

Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Science Frederick Gravetter,Larry Wallnau Limited preview - 2007 |

Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Frederick Gravetter,Larry Wallnau Limited preview - 2010 |

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alpha level analysis of variance calculation central tendency chi-square test Cohen's column compute CONCEPTS The following confidence interval corresponds critical region critical value demonstrate denominator describe each term determine difference scores distribution of sample equation estimated standard error evaluate exam example expected frequencies F-ratio fail to reject False formula frequency distribution table HINTS AND CAUTIONS histogram hypothesis test independent-measures design independent-measures t statistic individual differences individual scores inferential statistics interval estimate Measuring Effect median normal distribution null hypothesis number of scores obtained parameter Pearson correlation point estimate pooled variance population mean probability proportion ratio reject the null relationship repeated-measures ANOVA repeated-measures design research study sample data sample mean difference sample variance set of scores significant Spearman correlation standard deviation Step subjects SUMMARY The goals tail test for independence test statistic TEST True/False Questions treatment conditions treatment effect True Type I error unit normal table unknown population z-score zero