
Major Headings Chapter 1: The Typical Format of Journal Articles Abstract Introduction Background Method Results Discussion References Notes Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics: The Univariate Case Picture Techniques Distributional Shape Measures of Central Tendency Measures of Variability Standard Scores A Few Cautions Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 3: Bivariate Correlation The Key Concept Behind Correlation: Relationship Scatter Diagrams The Correlation Coefficient The Correlation Matrix Different Kinds of Correlational Procedures Warnings About Correlation Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 4: Reliability and Validity The Meaning of Reliability and Reliability Coefficients Different Approaches to Reliability Interrater Reliability The Standard Error of Measurement Warnings About Reliability The Relationship Between Reliability and Validity Different Kinds of Validity Warnings About Validity Claims Three Final Comments Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 5: Foundations of Inferential Statistics Statistical Inference The Concepts of Statistic and Parameter Types of Samples The Problems of Low Response Rate, Refusals to Participate, and Attrition A Few Warnings Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 6: Estimation Sampling Error Sampling Distributions and Standard Errors Confidence Intervals Point Estimation Warnings Concerning Interval and Point Estimation Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 7: Hypothesis TestingPart I An Ordered List of the Six Steps A Detailed Look at Each of the Six Steps FailingtoReject H0 Versus Accepting H0 The "Backwards" Nature of Hypothesis Testing A Few Cautions Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 8: Hypothesis TestingPart 2 The SevenStep Version of Hypothesis Testing The NineStep Version of Hypothesis Testing Hypothesis Testing Using Confidence Intervals Adjusting for an Inflated Type I Error Rate A Few Cautions Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 9: Significance Testing and the Hybrid Approach to Testing H0 The Component Parts of Significance Testing Significance Testing Using "pLessThan" and "pGreaterThan" Statements A Popular Hybrid: Significance Testing with an aLevel A Few Warnings Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 10: Statistical Inferences Concerning Bivariate Correlation Coefficients Statistical Tests Involving a Single Correlation Coefficient Tests on Many Correlation Coefficients (Each of Which Is Treated Separately) Tests of Reliability and Validity Coefficients Statistically Comparing Two Correlation Coefficients The Use of Confidence Intervals Around Correlation Coefficients Cautions Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 11: Inferences Concerning One or Two Means Inferences Concerning a Single Mean Inferences Concerning Two Means Multiple Dependent Variables Power Analysis and StrengthofEffect Estimation Underlying Assumptions Comments Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 12: Tests on Three or More Sample Means Using a OneWay ANOVA The Purpose of a OneWay ANOVA The Distinction Between a OneWay ANOVA and Other Kinds of ANOVAs The OneWay ANOVA's Null and Alternative Hypotheses Presentation of Results Assumptions of a OneWay ANOVA Statistical Significance Versus Practical Significance Tips for Deciphering/Critiquing Research Results Based on OneWay ANOVAs A Final Comment Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 13: Post Hoc and Planned Comparisons Post Hoc Comparisons Definition and Purpose Terminology Test Procedures Frequency Used in Post Hoc Analyses Presentation of Results The Bonferroni Procedure as a Post Hoc Technique Planned Comparisons Planned Comparisons Used with a OneWay ANOVA Comments Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 14: TwoWay Analyses of Variance Similarities Between OneWay and TwoWay ANOVAs The "Structure" of a TwoWay ANOVA Active and Assigned Factors and the Formation of Comparison Groups BetweenSubjects and WithinSubjects Factors Samples and Populations Three Research Questions The Three Null Hypotheses (and Three Alternative Hypotheses) Presentation of Results FollowUp Tests Planned Comparisons Assumptions Associated with a TwoWay ANOVA Effect Size Indices, StrengthofAssociation Measures, and Power Analyses in TwoWay ANOVAs The Familywise Error Rate in Factorial ANOVAs A Few Warnings Concerning TwoWay ANOVAs Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 15: ThreeWay Analyses of Variance Labels Denoting Use of the ThreeWay ANOVA The Data Layout Samples and Populations Seven Questions Concerning Main and Interaction Effects Presentation of Results Related Issues A Few Warnings Concerning ThreeWay ANOVAs Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 16: Fully Repeated Measures Analyses of Variance OneWay Repeated Measures ANOVAs TwoWay Repeated Measures ANOVAs Fully Repeated Measures ThreeFactor ANOVA Discussion Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 17: Mixed ANOVAs TwoWay Mixed ANOVAs ThreeWay Mixed ANOVAs A Final Comment Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 18: The Analysis of Covariance Three Different Kinds of Variables Involved in Any ANCOVA Study The Covariate's Role Null Hypotheses The Focus, Number, and Quality of the Covariate Variable(s) Presentation of Results The Statistical Basis for ANCOVA's Power Advantage and Adjustment Feature Assumptions ANCOVA Used With Intact Groups Related Issues A Few Warnings Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 19: Bivariate, Multiple, and Logistic Regression Bivariate Regression Multiple Regression Logistic Regression Final Comments Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 20: Inferences on Percentages, Proportions, and Frequencies The Sign Test The Binomial Test Fisher's Exact Test ChiSquare Tests: An Introduction Three Main Types of ChiSquare Tests Issues Related to ChiSquare Tests McNemar's Chi Square The Cochran Q Test Use of zTests When Dealing with Proportions A Few Final Thoughts Review Terms and Review Questions Chapter 21: Statistical Tests on Ranks (Nonparametric Tests) Obtaining Ranked Data Reasons for Converting Scores on a Continuous Variable into Ranks The Median Test The MannWhitney U Test The KruskalWallis H Test The Wilcoxon MatchedPairs SignedRanks Test Friedman's TwoWay Analysis of Variance of Ranks LargeSample Versions of the Tests on Ranks Ties The Relative Power of Nonparametric Tests A Few Final Comments Review Terms and Review Questions 
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