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Lesson |
Page |
Homework |

Class introduction | 1 please read this first | |

Research methods | 2 | |

Research Methods cont. 2 | ||

Introduction to Statistics | 3 | |

Review of algebra | 3b | |

Graphic and Tabular Presentation | 4 | #4 |

Central Tendency | 5 | #5 |

Dispersion | 6 | #6 |

Standard Deviation | 7 | #7 |

Z Scores & Confidence Intervals | 7a | #7a |

Review for first test | st1 | |

*FIRST TEST* |
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T1 outcome and answers | ||

Relationships | 8 | #8 |

SPSS class #1 | spss | GSS94; |

Lambda & Phi coefficient | 9 | #9 |

Nature of Statistical Inference | 10 | |

Chi square | 11 | #11 |

Assumptions for chi square | 12 | #12 |

t test | 13 | #13 |

Gamma | 14 | #14 |

Review for second test | st2 | |

*SECOND TEST* |
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T2, outcome and answers | ||

Partial gamma | 15 | #15 |

Test of sig. for gamma | 16 | #16 |

SPSS #2 | spss | |

Theta | 17 | #17 |

Kruskai-Wallis H | 18 | #18 |

Eta | 19 | #19 |

Review for third test | st3 | |

*THIRD TEST* |
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T3, outcome and answers | ||

F-test | 20 | #20 |

Prediction (regression) | 21 | #21 |

Pearson's r, Sig. Test & partial r | 22 | #22 |

Kendall's tau | 23 | #23 |

SPSS #3 Work with SPSS | spss project | |

Homework review | #24 | |

Homework answers | answers | |

SPSS Project due |
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Final Review |
stf |

To interpret your inference statistics use this table: Significant Probability Values

you will need this Chart to understand the relationships between levels of measurement and correct statistics.