# PSYCH 625 Statistics for the Behavior Sciences Entire Course

## PSYCH 625 Statistics for the Behavior Sciences Entire Course

PSYCH 625 Statistics for the Behavior Sciences Entire Course
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PSYCH 625 Learning Team Assignment Data
PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment – Reliability and Validity Matrix
PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment – Time to Practice (Parts A,B,C)
PSYCH 625 Week 1 Individual Assignment (histogram)
PSYCH 625 Week 2 Individual Assignment – Time to Practice (Parts A,B,C)
PSYCH 625 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment – Frequency Analysis
PSYCH 625 Week 3 Individual Assignment – Time to Practice (Parts A,B,C)
PSYCH 625 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment – Descriptive Analysis
PSYCH 625 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment – Hypothesis Testing Problem Worksheet
PSYCH 625 Week 4 Individual Assignment – Time to Practice (Parts A,B,C)
PSYCH 625 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment – One-way ANOVA
PSYCH 625 Week 5 Discussion Questions
PSYCH 625 Week 5 Individual Assignment – Time to Practice (Parts A,B,C)
PSYCH 625 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment – Linear regression
PSYCH 625 Week 6 Learning Team Assignment – Statistics project presentation (version 2)
PSYCH 625 Week 6 Learning Team Assignment – Statistics project presentation (version 2)
PSYCH 625 Week 6 Learning Team Assignment – Statistics project presentation

Raw score
Z score
68.0
?
?
–1.6
82.0
?
?
1.8
69.0
?
?
–0.5
85.0
?
?
1.7
72.0
?
3. Questions 3a through 3d are based on a distribution of scores with and the standard Draw a small picture to help you see what is required.
a. What is the probability of a score falling between a raw score of 70 and 80?
b. What is the probability of a score falling above a raw score of 80?
c. What is the probability of a score falling between a raw score of 81 and 83?
d. What is the probability of a score falling below a raw score of 63?
4. Jake needs to score in the top 10% in order to earn a...