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### PSYC 354 Quiz 8 The One-Sample t-Test

PSYC 354 Quiz 8: The One-Sample t-Test As sample size increases, the distribution of t statistics becomes flatter and more spread out. Two samples are selected from a population, and…

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### PSYC 354 Quiz 7

PSYC 354 Quiz 7: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing Which statement below is consistent with making a Type I error? A researcher is interested in whether a new teaching method influences…

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### PSYC 354 Quiz 6

PSYC 354 Quiz 6: The Distribution of Sample Means Standard error allows sampling error to be defined and measured. Which symbol is used to identify the standard error of M?…

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### PSYC 354 Quiz 5 Probability

PSYC 354 Quiz 5 Probability The tail is on the right side of a normal distribution for any z-score value greater than zero. All probabilities can be expressed as decimal…

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### PSYC 354 Quiz 4

PSYC 354 Quiz 4: Standard Deviation and z-Scores Which z-score corresponds to a score that is above the mean by 2 standard deviations? One purpose of a z-score is to…

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### PSYC 354 Quiz 3 Variability

PSYC 354 Quiz 3: Variability For a sample with M = 10 and s = 2, a score of X = 13 would be considered an extreme score, far out…

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### PSYC 354 Quiz 2 Central Tendency

PSYC 354 Quiz 2: Central Tendency A researcher records the list of finishes (e.g., 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th) for a track team throughout their season. The mean is the best…