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PSY 2110 First Week

by: Rina Welch

PSY 2110 First Week Psy 2110-108

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Rina Welch
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Wilson Figueroa

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This is the first week of notes, will be continued. These notes are necessary for first page of the homework
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Wilson Figueroa
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rina Welch on Friday August 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Psy 2110-108 at Ohio University taught by Wilson Figueroa in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 24 views.


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Date Created: 08/28/15
Influential Statistics that make inferences about a whole group of peopleobjects based on groups tested Whole goal of statistics in general Outcome of this inferences from a population is called a parameter samplestatistics populationparameter Measurement vs Categorical Data Measurement Ex Grade of each student s test Data obtained by measuring objects or events individual data for each one Categorical Data representing number of coorespondances for each category Ex As Bs Cs Can measure the same variable to get both types of data NOIR Nominal Scale Numbers used to distinguish options Always categorical data Numbers are arbitrary no meaning and no logical order For example What is your hair color 1blonde 2black Ordinal Scale Numbers are in significant order Number used to place objects people or events in order An ordinal scale ranks the observation in terms of sizemagnitude How satisfied with you in living in the dorms 1 very unsatisfied 2 somewhat Interval Scale Difference between these intervals are equal Always measurement data temperature limitation gt NO ABSOLUTE ZERO This will be a test question However can be NEGATIVE Example question Is zero degrees kelvin an interval NO Comparisons is twice as do not work because there is no true zero Ratio Scale similar to interval HOWEVER ratio HAS a true ZERO NO NEGATIVE VALUE Ratios are meaningful Comparisons is twice as does work examples height weight Kelvin scale


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