A2 Psychology Statistical Tests

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What is the first step of every statistical test?
State the alternate and null hypothesis.
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How should a conclusion be written?
As the observed value is ______ than the critical value, we must accept/reject the null hypothesis and conclude that there is....significance/no significance....
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When is Spearmans Rank Test used?
When the hypothesis states a correlation between two variables. When repeated groups design is used. When the data is ordinal or interval.
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What is the rule for Spearmans RHO?
The observed value must be greater than or equal to the critical value for there to be a significant correlation.
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What is the second step to spearman's rho?
Rank each covariable (1 being the lowest value), find the difference between the ranks, and square each difference and add them up.
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What is Step 3 and Step 4 of Spearman's RHO?
Step 3 - Observed Value. Step 4 - critical value.
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When is the Chi Square Test used?
When the data is nominal. When it is independent groups design. When the hypothesis predicts a difference between covariables. When there is at least 20 pps.
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What is step 2 of the chi square test?
Contingency table
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What is step 3 and 4 of Chi Square test?
Observed value + critical value.
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What is the rule of the Chi Square Test?
For there to be significance, the observed value must be equal or greater than the critical value.
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When is the Mann Whitney U test used?
When the hypothesis states a difference between two sets of data. When it is indepdent groups design. When the data is ordinal or nominal.
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What is step 2 of the Mann Whitney U test?
Allocate a point score to each of the data in the table - look at independent scores in one group, compaire it with all the scores in the second group, allocate 1 point for every score that is higher, allocate 1/2 a point for every score the same.
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How do you find the observed value in Mann Whitney?
The observed value is the lowest total point score.
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What is the rule for Mann Whitney?
The observed value must be equal to or less than the critical value for significance to be shown.
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