Chapter 13 Quiz By George Waddell Posted 17 February 2021 In Chapter 13 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 13. A Pearson correlation coefficient can only meaningfully describe linear relationships between variables.TrueFalse When one variable tends to show higher values that correspond to lower values in a second variable, this is known as a __________.spurious correlationpartial correlationpositive correlationnegative correlation __________ tau is a nonparametric alternative to the Pearson correlation coefficient that is particularly useful when many scores have tied ranks. In a regression analysis, predictor variables can be nominal so long as they have more than two groups.TrueFalse Unstandardized beta measures the extent to which a regression model predicts that the outcome variable will change if the predictor variable increases by one standard deviation.TrueFalse Where the chi-square test can examine relationships between two categorical variables, __________ analysis can examine relationships between more than two variables. Cronbach's alpha is a test of ________.internal reliabilityinter-rater reliabilityintra-rater reliabilityintraclass reliability EFA stands for __________ Factor Analysis. Which test determines the degree to which a third variable accounts for the relationship between two other variables?Mediation analysisModeration analysisStructural Equation Modelling (SEM)Hierarchical regression There is always one single correct quantitative analytical approach to any given research question and dataset.TrueFalse 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.