Inferential tests: Wilcoxon T test

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What 2 components lead us to use this test?
For tests of difference where pairs of data are related.
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What is the Mere Exposure effect, and what are the findings regarding it?
It's the saying that 'familiarity breeds contempt', but psychology has found the opposite to be true.
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When would we use this test?
If the hypothesis states a difference between 2 sets of data, the sets of data are pairs of scores from 1 person, and the data are ordinal or interval.
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What is the first step of this test?
State the alternative and null hypothesis.
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What is the second step?
Record the data, calculate the difference between scores and rank from low to high, ignoring the signs. If there are 2 or more of the same number, calculate the rank by working out the mean of the ranks that would have been given.
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What would you do if the difference between the scores was 0?
Omit this score from the ranking and reduce N.
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What is the third step?
Find the observed value, which is the sum of the ranks of the less frequent sign.
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What is the fourth step?
Find the critical value.
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What is the final step?
State the conclusion.
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