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636738393092 
Type of Project 
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Title ABC/123 Version X  1 
Time to Practice – Week Five
PSYCH/625 Version 1 
1 
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Time to Practice – Week Five
Complete Parts A, B, and C below.
Part A
Some questions in Part A require that you access data from Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics. This data is available on the student website under the Student Text Resources link.
Total no. of problems correct (out of a possible 20)  Attitude toward test taking (out of a possible 100) 
17  94 
13  73 
12  59 
15  80 
16  93 
14  85 
16  66 
16  79 
18  77 
19  91 
+.71 
+.36 
–.45 
.47 
–.62 
Hours of studying  GPA 
23  3.95 
12  3.90 
15  4.00 
14  3.76 
16  3.97 
21  3.89 
14  3.66 
11  3.91 
18  3.80 
9  3.89 
Level of Measurement and Examples  
Variable X  Variable Y  Type of correlation  Correlation being computed 
Nominal (voting preference, such as Republican or Democrat)  Nominal (gender, such as male or female)  Phi coefficient  The correlation between voting preference and gender 
Nominal (social class, such as high, medium, or low)  Ordinal (rank in high school graduating class)  Rank biserial coefficient  The correlation between social class and rank in high school 
Nominal (family configuration, such as intact or single parent)  Interval (grade point average)  Point biserial  The correlation between family configuration and grade point average 
Ordinal (height converted to rank)  Ordinal (weight converted to rank)  Spearman rank correlation coefficient  The correlation between height and weight 
Interval (number of problems solved)  Interval (age in years)  Pearson productmoment correlation coefficient  The correlation between number of problems solved and the age in years 
Age in months  Number of words known 
12  6 
15  8 
9  4 
7  5 
18  14 
24  18 
15  7 
16  6 
21  12 
15  17 
Team  Average no. of wins over 10 years  Bowl? (1 = yes and 0 = no) 
Savannah Sharks  12  1 
Pittsburgh Pelicans  11  0 
Williamstown Warriors  15  0 
Bennington Bruisers  12  1 
Atlanta Angels  13  1 
Trenton Terrors  16  0 
Virginia Vipers  15  1 
Charleston Crooners  9  0 
Harrisburg Heathens  8  0 
Eaton Energizers  12  1 
From Salkind (2011). Copyright © 2012 SAGE. All Rights Reserved. Adapted with permission.
Part B
Some questions in Part B require that you access data from Using SPSS for Windows and Macintosh. This data is available on the student website under the Student Text Resources link. The data for this exercise is in the data file named Lesson 33 Exercise File 1.
Peter was interested in determining if children who hit a bobo doll more frequently would display more or less aggressive behavior on the playground. He was given permission to observe 10 boys in a nursery school classroom. Each boy was encouraged to hit a bobo doll for 5 minutes. The number of times each boy struck the bobo doll was recorded (bobo). Next, Peter observed the boys on the playground for an hour and recorded the number of times each boy struck a classmate (peer).
From Green & Salkind (2011). Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education. All Rights Reserved. Adapted with permission.
Part C
Complete the questions below. Be specific and provide examples when relevant.
Cite any sources consistent with APA guidelines.
Question  Answer 
Draw a scatterplot of each of the following:
· A strong positive correlation · A strong negative correlation · A weak positive correlation · A weak negative correlation Give a realistic example of each. 

What is the coefficient of determination? What is the coefficient of alienation? Why is it important to know the amount of shared variance when interpreting both the significance and the meaningfulness of a correlation coefficient?  
If a researcher wanted to predict how well a student might do in college, what variables do you think he or she might examine? What statistical procedure would he or she use?  
What is the meaning of the p value of a correlation coefficient? 
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