Study guide to accompany Jaccard/Becker's statistics for the behavioral sciences, second edition
* For any introductory level statistics course in the behavioral sciences or related fields.* Shows the rationale behind the formulas and procedures they use and how it fits into research.* ''Examples from Literature'' sections in each chapter show students the applications of techniques.
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Introduction and Mathematical Preliminaries
Frequency and Probability Distributions
Measures of Central Tendency and Variability
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alpha level alternative hypothesis analysis of variance Appendix assumptions between-subjects ANOVA between-subjects designs chapter chi-square test cover the answers critical values cumulative frequency Define degrees of freedom disturbance variables divided error of estimate estimated standard error eta-squared Exercise Explain F ratio factor factorial design fail to reject formula groups f test independent and dependent independent variable individual differences interaction interval level Kruskal-Wallis test level of 05 linear relationship main effects mean square median need to compute nondirectional test normal distribution null hypothesis nullified scores number in parentheses number of individuals number of scores one-way repeated measures ordinal predict probability quantitative variables regression equation reject the null represents sample mean sampling distribution sampling error squares total standard deviation standard deviation estimate standard score statistical test statistically significant strength subjects sum of squares test your understanding total number true-false questions Type I error variance estimate Wilcoxon signed-rank test within-subjects designs zero