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Question 1

Methods of Psychology

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Which of the following was NOT given by your text as a key question to ask in order to select an appropriate statistical test?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

How many independent variables are there?

b.

What is the level of measurement of the dependent variable?

c.

None of the above

d.

Are the subjects matched?

Question 2

Methods of Psychology

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Item sampling is a source of error variance within the context of

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

test scoring.

b.

test administration.

c.

test construction.

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question 3

Methods of Psychology

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Variability produced by random errors, subject variables, and treatment effects is called ________.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Between-groups variance.

b.

Random variance.

c.

The F ratio.

d.

Within-groups variance.

Question 4

Methods of Psychology

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It is most appropriate to use the Spearman-Brown formula to estimate what form of reliability?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Past-present reliability.

b.

parallel form reliability

c.

Alternate-forms reliability.

d.

Split-half reliability.

Question 5

Methods of Psychology

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According to the true score theory, an individual՚s score on a test of extraversion reflects a level of extraversion as defined by the test and that level is presumed to be

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

more than degree of error in the score

b.

only an estimate of the testtaker՚s true level of extraversion.

c.

the testtaker՚s “true” level of extraversion.

d.

greater than the degree of error inherent in the score.

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