## Chapter 11 Quiz

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These questions test your knowledge of the content of Chapter 11.

Means, medians, and standard deviations are examples of inferential statistics.

The p value describes the likelihood of finding an effect as large as, or larger than, what was observed assuming that...

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.

The statistical power of a test can be increased by using a Bonferroni correction.

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?

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?

Which data transformation are you carrying out when you divide 1 by each value?