Chapter 11 Quiz By George Waddell Posted 17 February 2021 In Chapter 11 Quiz2021-02-172021-02-17https://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.pngPerforming Music Researchhttps://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.png200px200px 0 These questions test your knowledge of the content of Chapter 11. Means, medians, and standard deviations are examples of inferential statistics.TrueFalse The p value describes the likelihood of finding an effect as large as, or larger than, what was observed assuming that...... the hypothesis is true.... the hypothesis is false.... the null hypothesis is true.... the null hypothesis is false. The probability of a Type I error is represented by the __________ value. Most research in the social sciences uses a threshold of p < .05 to determine statistical significance.TrueFalse The statistical power of a test can be increased by using a Bonferroni correction.TrueFalse A __________ analysis can be used to determine how large a sample would be required to identify a significant effect with a known effect size. Which value is not a component of a power analysis?Sample sizeStandard errorTest poweralpha valueEffect size The parametric assumption of homogeneity of ___________ assumes a similar distribution of data in each sample being compared. A distribution of data that is taller and narrower than a normal distribution is known as what?LeptokurticPlatykurticPositively skewedNegatively skewed Which data transformation are you carrying out when you divide 1 by each value?Log transformationReciprocal transformationReverse score transformationDivisive transformation Time is Up! Time's up George Waddell Recent PostsHello world! Leave a Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.