PSYCH 315 Notes for Week 1
PSYCH 315 Notes for Week 1 Psych 315
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Date Created: 10/08/16
Notes Week 1 Vocab: Statistics: classifies, analyzes, and organizes data (not proof, just evidence) Descriptive Stats: summarize and organize observations Inferential Stats: allows sample conclusion to be inferred to the population of a study Random Sample: allows more probability that the sample will represent the population Experimental Design: systematically manipulates change Independent Variable (IV): manipulated variable Dependent Variable (DV): measured variable after IV to determine change or causation Nonexperimental Design: natural environment study; no manipulation by experimenter Predictor/Subject IV: variable thought to occur before criterion Criterion/Outcome Variable: variable thought to follow predictor Differences: Statistics Parameters What they mean (sample) (population) n N # within the population/study xx µ Mean Descriptive Statistics: Information from sample cannot be inferred to population Inferential Statistics: Information from sample can be inferred to population Requires random sampling o Problem with random sampling: sample is not always representative of population o Counter to random sampling: the larger the sample, the higher chance of the sample being representative of the population