Predicting Relative Sizes of Atomic Radii Referring to the periodic table, arrange (as much as possible) the atoms B, C, Al, and Si in order of increasing size. Arrange Be, C, K, and Ca in order of increasing atomic radius.
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Chapter 9: Multivariate Designs - Means many variables - Study more than 2 variables in a single study - Enhance understanding of bivariate associations Longitudinal design - Measures same variables and same sample at several time points - Use to assess variable relationships across time - Use to see variable stability across time - 3 types of correlations assessed o Cross sectional: two variables measured at the same point in time [bivariate correlations] o Autocorrelations; testing variable against itself measured at two time points. o Cross-lag correlations; early measure of one variable against later measure of the other variable Moderation Language - Violence
Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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