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2. what type of validity is being checked when two different versions of a test are given to participants and then compared?

  • criterion
  • concurrent
  • ecologial
  • face

3. when would it be best to use the median rather than the mean?

  • when there are lots of low scores
  • when there are many similar scores
  • when there are a few scores much higher than the rest
  • when there are lots of high scores

4. what type of data would you use for mann-whitney U test?

  • interval data
  • ordinal data
  • nominal data
  • correlation data

5. which of these is nominal data?

  • self ratings by participants on a scale of 1 (very good) to 10 (very poor)
  • Classifying participants as 'good', 'average' or 'poor'
  • use of a stopwatch to record reaction time
  • ratings by an independent observer on a scale of 1 (very good) to 10 (very poor)


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