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Thursday Recording

Lecture Notes

Psychology 2010 Syllabus

Psychology 2010 Lecture  1 Notes:  Introduction - Ch 1

Psychology 2010 Lecture  2 Notes:  Frequency Distributions - Ch 2

Psychology 2010 Lecture  3 Notes:  Tables - Ch 3

Psychology 2010 Lecture  4 Notes:  Graphs - Ch 4

Psychology 2010 Lecture  5 Notes:  Summation notation - Lecture only

Psychology 2010 Lecture  6 Notes:  Measures of central tendency - Ch 5

Psychology 2010 Lecture  7 Notes:  Measures of variability  - Ch 6

Psychology 2010 Lecture  8 Notes:  Normal distribution - Ch 7

Psychology 2010 Lecture  9 Notes:  Standard scores - Ch 8, 9

Psychology 2010 Lecture 10 Notes:  Probability - Ch 10

Psychology 2010 Lecture 11 Notes:  Sampling, variables, hypotheses - Ch 12, 15

Psychology 2010 Lecture 12 Notes:  Inference and estimation - Ch 16, 13

Psychology 2010 Lecture 13 Notes:  One sample t-test - Ch 17, 18

Psychology 2010 Lecture 14 Notes:  Two population tests - Ch 20 - 22

Psychology 2010 Lecture 15 Notes:  One-Way analysis of variance - Ch 25-26

Psychology 2010 Lecture 16 Notes:  Chi-square tests - Ch 30, 31

Psychology 2010 Lecture 17 Notes:  Correlation - Ch 34 - 36

Psychology 2010 Lecture 18 Notes:  Regression - Ch 37

Homework Assignments

Homework 1

Homework 1 answer sheet

Homework 2

Homework 3

Standard Deviation Computation Worksheet

Homework 4

Homework 5 (Sampling)

Homework 6 (Inference)

Homework 7 (t-tests)

Hypothesis Testing Answer Sheet

Homework 8 (t-tests 2)

Homework 9 (ANOVA)

Homework 10 (Chi-square)

Homework 11 (Correlation / Regression)

Extra Credit Homework Assignment

Test Information

Test 1 Information

Test 2 Information

Test 3 Information

Data Files

Menu Sequence to SPSS Example files

Employee Data.sav

Cars.sav

1000 Cases.sav

1991 US General Social Survey.sav

ATV Helmet Data.sav

BP97.sav

Cereals.sav

Frosh Sample.sav

Salary Survey.sav

World95.sav

GSS93 Subset

High Fiber Cereals

Home Sales by neighborhood

House Prices

Inclass Movie Preferences

Road construction Bids

Sales

TVs

Miscellaneous Stuff

Manual, Chapter 1

Manual, Chapter 2

Getting a copy of SPSS

Power Tables

p-value Tables

Normal Distribution Table

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