research methods ; data analysis ; graphs

PRESENTATION + DISPLAY OF QUANTITATIVE
DFFDG
1 of 29
- summarising data in table
dfgdf
2 of 29
data in these tables aren't raw scores but have been converted to
descriptive statistics
3 of 29
- bar charts
DFFG
4 of 29
used with what kind of data?
discrete data
5 of 29
which basically means?
data divided into categories
6 of 29
why bars separated on bar chart?
denote separate condts
7 of 29
- scattergrams
kn
8 of 29
don't depict differences but?
associations
9 of 29
- histograms
dfgdg
10 of 29
why do bars touch?
show data is continuous
11 of 29
- line grpahs
dfgdfg
12 of 29
represent what kind of data?
continuous
13 of 29
and show?
how something changes in value e.g over time
14 of 29
iv plotted?
x-axis
15 of 29
and y-axis?
dv
16 of 29
DISTRIBUTION
DFGD
17 of 29
- normal distribution
dfgd
18 of 29
frequency of variables measured form what kind of curve?
bell
19 of 29
this is normal distribution which is?
symmetrical
20 of 29
in normal distribution most people located?
middle
21 of 29
with what about mmm?
all occupy midpt
22 of 29
why to tails never touch x-axis?
more extreme scores always possible
23 of 29
- skewed distributions
dfgdg
24 of 29
positive skew is where most distribution on which side?
left
25 of 29
and how measures central tendency affected: mode?
remains highest pt
26 of 29
median?
next but dragged right
27 of 29
and mean?
dragged even further bc extreme scores
28 of 29
and whats the opposite of this?
negative skew
29 of 29

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

- summarising data in table

Back

dfgdf

Card 3

Front

data in these tables aren't raw scores but have been converted to

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

- bar charts

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

used with what kind of data?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Psychology resources:

See all Psychology resources »See all Research methods and techniques resources »