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For more course tutorials visit www.newtonhelp.com PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 1 Descriptive and Inferential Statistics Worksheet (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 2 Probability and Statistical Analysis Worksheet (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 3 Identifying Statistical Tests in the Literature Worksheet (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 4 Comparing Means Worksheet (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 5 Correlation Worksheet (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 6 Chi-Square Worksheet (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Week 2 Statistics Project, Part 1 Opening Data In Microsoft® Excel® And Running Descriptive Statistics (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Week 3 Statistics Project, Part 2 Hypothesis Testing And Two-Group T Tests (New Syllabus) – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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  • PSYCH 625 All Assignments
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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 1 Descriptive and
    Inferential Statistics Worksheet (New Syllabus)
  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 2 Probability and
    Statistical Analysis Worksheet (New Syllabus)
  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 3 Identifying
    Statistical Tests in the Literature Worksheet
    (New Syllabus)
  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 4 Comparing Means
    Worksheet (New Syllabus)

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 1 Descriptive and
    Inferential Statistics Worksheet (New Syllabus)
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  • Complete both Part A and Part B below.
  • Part A
  • Before completing the following questions, be
    sure to have read Appendix C and the Statistical
    Software Resources at the ends of Chapters 2 and
    3 from Statistics Plain and Simple.
  • Highlight the required answers to the question in
    your Excel output.

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 2 Probability and
    Statistical Analysis Worksheet (New Syllabus)
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  • Probability and Statistical Analysis Worksheet
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  • Complete Parts A, B, and C below.
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  • Part A
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  • Why is a z score a standard score? Why can
    standard scores be used to compare scores from
    different distributions? Why is it useful to
    compare different distributions?
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  • For the following set of scores, fill in the
    cells. The mean is 74.13 and the standard
    deviation is 9.98.
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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 2 Statistics Project,
    Part 1 Opening Data In Microsoft Excel And
    Running Descriptive Statistics (New Syllabus)
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  • The Statistics Project assignment has been broken
    down into multiple parts and you will complete
    these parts throughout the course. This week's
    assignment allows you to become familiar with
    opening data and viewing it in Microsoft Excel
    and using the Analysis Toolpak. In research, the
    individual data points are entered into
    databases, but for the purpose of this course,
    the data is provided in a spreadsheet for you in
    the Happiness and Engagement Dataset.

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 3 Identifying
    Statistical Tests in the Literature Worksheet
    (New Syllabus) PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 4
    Comparing Means Worksheet (New Syllabus)
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  • Comparing Means Worksheet 
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  • The following questions require that you access
    Microsoft Excel for analysis. The team must
    work together to solve these questions.The data
    set for this assignment is located in the Pulse
    Rate Dataset.
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  • 1. John is interested in determining if frequency
    of exercise affects pulse rate. John randomly
    samples individuals at a local gym to ask if they
    will participate in his study. 55 individuals
    agree, and they are divided into three groups of
    exercisers 1 high frequency, 2 moderate
    frequency, 3 low frequency. Next, John measures
    their pulse after their workout.

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 3 Identifying
    Statistical Tests in the Literature Worksheet
    (New Syllabus)
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  • Identifying Statistical Tests in the Literature
    Worksheet
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  • Research in the University Library to find three
    empirical (those containing data) research
    articles using one of the analytic methods
    studied this week (i.e., z test, independent
    sample t test, repeated measures t test). 
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  • Select articles that are of interest to you and
    include the citations at the end of this
    document. 
  • Fill out the following tables and answer each
    question in 1 to 2 sentences.
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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 3 Statistics Project,
    Part 2 Hypothesis Testing And Two-Group T Tests
    (New Syllabus)
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  • Now that you have run descriptive statistics with
    your data, it is time to create a hypothesis and
    test your hypothesis. This part of the Statistics
    Project will take you through the process of
    creating and testing your hypothesis through
    statistical methods, using Microsoft Excel.
    Creating hypotheses provides you the opportunity
    to think like a researcher and help you
    understand and critique research articles you
    read.

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 4 Statistics Project,
    Part 3 (New Syllabus)
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  • As you get closer to the final project in Week 6,
    you should have a better idea of the role of
    statistics in research. This week, you will
    calculate a one-way ANOVA for the independent
    groups. Reading and interpreting the output
    correctly is highly important. Most people who
    read research articles never see the actual
    output or data they read the results statements
    by the researcher, which is why your summary must
    be accurate.

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 5 Correlation Worksheet
    (New Syllabus)
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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 5 Correlation Worksheet
    (New Syllabus)

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 5 Statistics Project,
    Part 4 Correlation (New Syllabus)
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  • For this assignment, you will calculate the
    Pearson product-moment correlations between at
    least two sets of variables in the Happiness and
    Engagement Dataset.
  • Perform one correlation between two independent
    variables, such as Age and Relationship with
    Coworkers.
  • Perform the second correlation on an independent
    variable (such as Relationship with Direct
    Supervisor) and the dependent variable (such as
    Workplace Happiness Rating).

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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 6 Chi-Square Worksheet
    (New Syllabus)
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  • Chi-Square Worksheet 
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  • Part 1 Interpret Chi-Square Results
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  • Review the following output from a chi-square
    test, and answer the questions below.
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  • Chi-Square Test Frequencies
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  • a 0 cells (0.0) have expected frequencies less
    than 5. The minimum expected cell frequency is
    20.0.
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  • PSYCH 625 Assignment Week 6 Statistics Project,
    Part 5 Presentation (New Syllabus)
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  • You have made it to the final step of your
    individual project. In this assignment, you will
    develop the skills needed to compile statistics
    as a part of the research process.
  • Imagine you must present your research findings
    to your Human Resources department.
  • Create a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft PowerPoint
    presentation discussing your analysis of the
    data. Include the following in your presentation

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  • PSYCH 625 Entire Course
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  • PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment Basic
    Concepts in Statistics Worksheet
  • PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment
    Reliability and Validity Matrix
  • PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment Time to
    Practice Week One
  • PSYCH 625 Week 2 Individual Assignment Time to
    Practice Week Two

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  • PSYCH 625 Individual Assignment Reliability and
    Validity Matrix
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  • For each of the tests of reliability and validity
    listed on the matrix, prepare a 50- to 100-word
    description of the tests application. Describe
    what conditions these reliability types would be
    used for as well as when they would be
    inappropriate. Then, for each test, prepare a 50-
    to 100-word description of the strengths and a
    50- to 100-word description of the weaknesses.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 1 DQs
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  • DQ 1 As we begin our venture into statistics,
    let's pause to examine the role of research in
    psychology. Psychology is the science of
    behavior. We think of psychology as counseling,
    introspection, learning, cognition, etc. How can
    these processes be the subject of research? How
    do we reconcile the discipline and rigor of good
    research with the ambiguity of human emotions and
    motivations? What is the role of research in
    psychology?

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment Basic
    Concepts in Statistics Worksheet
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  • Complete the following questions. Be specific and
    provide examples when relevant.
  • Cite any sources consistent with APA guidelines.
  • What are statistics and how are they used in the
    behavioral sciences? Your answer should be 100 to
    200 words.
  • Differentiate between descriptive and inferential
    statistics. What information do they provide?
    What are their similarities and differences? Your
    answer should be 250 to 400 words.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment Time to
    Practice Week One
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  • Part A
  • Some questions in Part A require that you access
    data from Statistics for People Who (Think They)
    Hate Statistics. This data is available on the
    student website under the Student Test Resources
    link.
  • 1. By hand, compute the mean, median, and mode
    for the following set of 40 reading scores
  • 2. Compute the means for the following set of
    scores saved as Ch. 2 Data Set 3 using IBM SPSS
    Print out a copy of the output.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 2 DQs
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  • DQ 1 More and more, we are asked to document
    impact and to measure outcomes. We are asked to
    provide information about a variety of things
    through as many varieties of ways. When we go to
    stores and they ask us for a zip code or phone
    number. The list could go on and on. You text
    talks about descriptive statistics and suggests
    that they are used to make a group of numbers
    understandable in a research study. While that
    is certainly the case, we use descriptive
    statistics in a number of other ways.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 2 Individual Assignment Time to
    Practice Week Two
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  • Complete Parts A, B, and C below.
  • Part A
  • Some questions in Part A require that you access
    data from Statistics for People Who (Think They)
    Hate Statistics. This data is available on the
    student website under the Student Text Resources
    link.
  • 1. Why is a z score a standard score? Why can
    standard scores be used to compare scores from
    different distributions
  • 2.For the following set of scores, fill in the
    cells. The mean is 70 and the standard deviation
    is 8

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Import Data Into IBM SPSS
    Software
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  • PSYCH 625 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Import Data Into IBM SPSS
    Softwarea

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 3 DQs
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  • DQ 1 Please read the following article in your
    Electronic Readings, Null Hypothesis,
  • CLOSED THINKING Without scientific competition
    and open debate, much psychology research goes
    nowhere
  • DQ 2 It is suggested that significance tests
    should be banned for two reasons, (1) that there
    is a tendency for researchers to accept the null
    hypothesis as true because the result is not
    significant and (2) significance is confused with
    a large effect size.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 3 Individual Assignment Time to
    Practice Week Three
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  • Complete both Part A and Part B below.
  • Part A
  • Some questions in Part A require that you access
    data from Statistics for People Who (Think They)
    Hate Statistics. This data is available on the
    student website under the Student Test Resources
    link.
  • 1. For the following research questions, create
    one null hypothesis, one directional research
    hypothesis, and one nondirectional research
    hypothesis
  • What are the effects of attention on out-of-seat
    classroom behavior

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment
    Hypothesis Testing Problem Worksheet
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  • Research in the University Library to find five
    empirical (those containing data) research
    articles. Select articles that are of interest to
    you and include the citations at the end of this
    document. Place the information for each one in
    the following tables
  • Title of Article

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Descriptive Statistics
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  • PSYCH 625 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Descriptive Statistics

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 4 DQs
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  • WEEK 4
  • DQ 1 What is a research question each of you
    would like to research?
  • ? What are independent and dependent
    variables?
  • ? What would your hypothesis be?
  • ? Using the decision tree on page 255 of
    Statistics for People Who (think they) Hate
    Statistics as a resource, identify which
    statistical test you would use to test your
    hypothesis.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 4 Individual Assignment Time to
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  • Complete Parts A, B, and C below.
  • Part A
  • Some questions in Part A require that you access
    data from Statistics for People Who (Think They)
    Hate Statistics. This data is available on the
    student website under the Student Text Resources
    link.
  • 1. Using the data in the file named Ch. 11 Data
    Set 2, test the research hypothesis at the .05
    level of significance that boys raise their hands
    in class more often than girls. Do this practice
    problem by hand using a calculator. What is your
    conclusion regarding the research hypothesis?
    Remember to first decide whether this is a one-
    or two-tailed test

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Comparing Means
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  • PSYCH 625 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Comparing Means

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 5 DQs
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  • DQ 1 Thomas Bayes who was an English Clergyman
    in the early 18th century who is known for the
    Bayes' Theorem. The theorem suggests that
    science is about conducting research in order to
    adjust our preexisting beliefs in light of the
    evidence collected. Conclusions drawn from an
    experiment are always in the context of what we
    believed about the world before the experiment.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 5 Individual Assignment
    Programmatic Assessment Time to Practice Week
    Five
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  • Complete Parts A, B, and C below.
  • Part A
  • Some questions in Part A require that you access
    data from Statistics for People Who (Think They)
    Hate Statistics. This data is available on the
    student website under the Student Text Resources
    link.
  • 1. Use the following data to answer Questions 1a
    and 1b
  • Compute the Pearson product-moment correlation
    coefficient by hand and show all your work

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Correlations
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  • PSYCH 625 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment
    Statistics Project Correlations

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 6 DQs
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  • DQ 1 We have looked at a number of important
    statistical concepts over the past few weeks and
    there is value in considering how some of those
    concepts are employed to drive decisions that
    impact all of us and our families.

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  • PSYCH 625 Week 6 Learning Team Assignment
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  • PSYCH 625 Week 6 Learning Team Assignment
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