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2. This is when points lie in order on a scale. The points themselves may be numbers or words, but in either cause the distances between the values are only representative- the scale does not necessarily have to have equal divisions

  • interval data
  • nominal data
  • ordinal data
  • ratio data

3. The most frequently occurring value in a set of scores

  • Mean
  • Ratio
  • Mode
  • Median

4. Variables not under the experimenters control and may affect the behaviour being measured (the DV)

  • measured variable
  • independent variable
  • Confounding variable
  • fair variable

5. This is the middle value in a set of scores when they are placed in rank order

  • median
  • numerical
  • mode
  • mean

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