Distribution in which the tail is on the right

Distribution in which the tail is on the left

In a skewed distribution, this is closer to the tail

In a skewed distribution, this is a fair report of central tendency

Found at the highest point of a distribution curve

+/- 1 Standard Deviation

+/- 2 Standard Deviations

+/- 3 Standard Deviations

Population mean

Tests differences in means when there are two or more dependent variables

Include t-test, ANOVA, MANOVA, Factorial ANOVAs

Include Chi-square, Kolmogorov-Smirnov test

Uses categorical/nominal data (questions often use the word 'total')

Measure of nonlinear correlation

How much of the variability in Y could be explained just by knowing the pattern/variability of X

An example of a pre-hoc test

Used when at least one IV is between-groups and another IV is within-subjects

Used to evaluate the effects of pretesting

The probability of at least one Type I error in an experiment that involves more than one comparison

A research design in which measurements of the same variables are taken at different points in time

The shape of a sampling distribution of means approaches normality as sample size increases

Used to estimate the magnitude of the relationship when one variable is dichotomous and one is continuous

Used to estimate the magnitude of the relationship between two continuous variables that have been dichotomized

Used to predict the reliability of a test after changing the test length

Equivalent to 1 Standard Deviation above the mean

Equivalent to 2 Standard Deviations above the mean

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