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What is nominal data?  
Numerical data which is continuous and ordered/ ranked with unequal intervals is...  
A measure of dispersion  
A measure of central tendancy  
What type of data is a rating scale from 1100  
What type of data is a score out of 20 from 20 yes/ no questions  
What type of data is age in years?  
What type of data is a rating scale with the options: 1 (strongly disagree), 2 (disagree), 3 (neutral), 4 (agree), 5 (strongly agree)  
We analyse nominal data by totaling the number of people who picked each category, which is the...  
A question asking people whether they are a perfectionist or messy, collects what type of data?  
The strength of this research method is that it shows us the strength of the relationship between 2 variables...  
If we know there is a significant correlation between 2 variables we can then do an...  
A weakness of correlation is that it doesn't show...  
The inferential stats test for a correlation, which must collect ordinal data is...  
If a participant takes part in only one condition of the IV in an experiment, it is what design?  
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If a participant takes part in all conditions of the IV in an experiment it is what design?  
If a participant is matched with other participants in an experiment, and then the matched Ps are divided into separate groups, what design is it?  
If an experiment collects nominal data and uses an independent measures design, what inferential test should be used?  
If an experiment collects ordinal level data or above and is independent measures, what inferential test should be used?  
If an experiment collects nominal level data or above and is repeated measures, what inferential test should be used?  
If an experiment collects ordinal level data or above and is matched pairs design, what inferential test should be used?  
If an experiment is independent measures and measures Ps IQ scores, what inferential test should be used?  
There will be a difference between the IQ scores of men and women. What type of hypothesis is this?  
There will be no relationship between IQ scores and age (in years). What type of hypothesis is this?  
Females will have higher IQ scores than males  
There will be a correlation between age (in years) and IQ scores.  
The probability of results occurring due to chance can be expressed as..  
If my results are non significant, i.e. the P value is higher than 0.05, I accept which hypothesis?  
If I set my confidence interval at 0.05, so there is a 5% probability of results occurring due to chance, there is a 5% chance of what type of error?  
If I set my confidence interval at 0.05, so there is a 5% probability of results occurring due to chance, there is a 95% chance of what type of error?  

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