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## Psych Stats Week 7

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# Psych Stats Week 7 Psych 3301

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Hannah Wheeler
UH
GPA 3.0
Introduction to Psychological Statistics
Sonya Stokes

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Descriptions on Z scores, Z Tables, and Hypothesis testing.
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Introduction to Psychological Statistics
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Sonya Stokes
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Psych Stats Week 7 The Z Table 0 Bene ts of Standardization Allowing fair comparisons Z Table Provides percentage of scores between the mean and a given 2 score Raw Scores Z Scores and Percentages Step 1Convert raw score to z score 0 Step 2 Look up area in 2 table 0 The table presents area between the mean and z and beyond the mean and 2 From Percentages to Z Scores 0 Step 1 use the 2 table in reverse taking a percentage and converting it into a z score 0 Step 2 convert the z score to a raw score using the formula Sketching the Normal Curve 0 The bene ts of sketching the normal curve Stays clear in memory minimizes errors Practica reference Condenses the information The Assumptions and the Steps of Hypothesis Testing 0 Requirements to conduct analyses Assumption characteristic about a population that we are sampling necessary for accurate inferences Parametric Versus Nonparametric Tests Parametric Tests lnferential statistical test based on assumptions about a population 0 Nonparametric Tests lnferential statistical test not based on assumptions about the population The Six Steps of vaothesis Testing 0 Step 1 ldentify the populations distribution and assumptions and then choose the appropriate hypothesis test 0 Step 2 State the null and research hypothesis in both words and symbolic notation Step 3 Determine the characteristics of the comparison distribution 0 Step 4 Determine the critical values or cutoffs that indicate the points beyond which we will reject the null hypothesis 0 Step 5 Cacuate the test statistic 0 Step 6 Determine whether to reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis An Example of the Z Test The 2 test When we know the population mean and the standard deviation The 2 test The six steps of hypothesis testing H0 H1 Onetailed vs twotailed tests Psych Stats Week 7 The Z Table 0 Bene ts of Standardization Allowing fair comparisons Z Table Provides percentage of scores between the mean and a given 2 score Raw Scores Z Scores and Percentages Step 1Convert raw score to z score 0 Step 2 Look up area in 2 table 0 The table presents area between the mean and z and beyond the mean and 2 From Percentages to Z Scores 0 Step 1 use the 2 table in reverse taking a percentage and converting it into a z score 0 Step 2 convert the z score to a raw score using the formula Sketching the Normal Curve 0 The bene ts of sketching the normal curve Stays clear in memory minimizes errors Practica reference Condenses the information The Assumptions and the Steps of Hypothesis Testing 0 Requirements to conduct analyses Assumption characteristic about a population that we are sampling necessary for accurate inferences Parametric Versus Nonparametric Tests Parametric Tests lnferential statistical test based on assumptions about a population 0 Nonparametric Tests lnferential statistical test not based on assumptions about the population The Six Steps of vaothesis Testing 0 Step 1 ldentify the populations distribution and assumptions and then choose the appropriate hypothesis test 0 Step 2 State the null and research hypothesis in both words and symbolic notation Step 3 Determine the characteristics of the comparison distribution 0 Step 4 Determine the critical values or cutoffs that indicate the points beyond which we will reject the null hypothesis 0 Step 5 Cacuate the test statistic 0 Step 6 Determine whether to reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis An Example of the Z Test The 2 test When we know the population mean and the standard deviation The 2 test The six steps of hypothesis testing H0 H1 Onetailed vs twotailed tests

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