Psy 202- Chapter 5
Psy 202- Chapter 5 Psy 202
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Date Created: 09/19/16
September 20, 2016 Elementary statistics a) Random Sample All cases in the population have an equal chance of being selected Statistical test are built around random sample Does not guarantee representative sample Sampling error Reflects discrepancies between sample values and population values due to random factors Random chance b) Sampling Distribution Get from various types of samples Creating distribution from statistics Calculating all samples Standard deviation of this distribution is called standard error of the means (M) c) Central Limit Theorem Core of inferential statistics The mean of the samples will create a normal distribution Mean of sampling distribution = mean of population All samples have to be the same size When is unknown, the standard deviation of sample can be used to estimate the standard error of the mean: S = _S_ M √N d) 95% Confidence Intervals Range of scores built around a sample value, such as a mean, M, that is assumed to contain the population mean, μ. Formula: M ± 1.96 ( M Example N= 81 M= __ = 12 = 1.33 M 1.33 = 12 √N √81 M=100 95% C. I. = M ±1.96 (M) =100 ± 1.96(1.33) =100 ± 2.6068 = Ranges from 97.39 to 102.61
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