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Research Design & Analysis: Lecture 16

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Research Design & Analysis: Lecture 16 PSY 3392

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These notes cover the material discussed in lecture for the week of 4/26 and complete information for the course and final.
Research Design and Analysis
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Date Created: 04/29/16
T-test: simple inferential statistic; when you compare two groups on some dependent variable - One-way ANOVA when you’re comparing more than two groups Article 4: - Statistically significant that emotional recognition declines with age - Two independent variables – a complex design - Emotions x Sex: significant  The effect of sex on emotional recognition depends on what emotion you’re talking about. o Main Effect of Sex: Women do better than men o Main Effect of Emotion: are some emotions easier to recognize than others, ignoring gender (happy easier to recognize for everyone) o Perceptual biases: Women more likely to choose sadness when unsure vs. men choosing anger. o Main Effect of Intensity: easier to detect extreme emotions vs. mild - Intensity x Sex: significant  The effect of gender on emotional recognition depends on intensity of emotion. Repeated Measures: a condition that all participants got; each participant had 5 emotions to choose from


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