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1. One important step in calculating the t test is to determine the difference between the average scores of the two groups.
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a. True
b. False
2. If the df for the t test is 10, the number of scores analyzed was
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a. 10
b. 12
3. If df = 14, t = 5, and p < .05, the results were statistically significant.
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a. True
b. False
4. If df = 14, t = 5, p < .05, experimental group mean = 11, and control group mean = 1, the top (numerator) of the t ratio would be
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a. 5
b. 10
5. If df = 14, t = 5, p < .05, experimental group mean = 11, and control group mean = 1, and the standard deviation of both groups was around 2, the effect size would be
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a. small
b. large
6. A t test should be used if your dependent measure is qualitative (e.g., 1 = looked nervous, 2= looked happy, 3= looked calm).
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a. True
b. False
7. If you randomly assign the soccer team to be the control group and the softball team to be the treatment group, the results of a t test on data from your simple experiment will
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a. Not be valid
b. Still be valid
8. Which of the following would be a more serious problem?
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a. Conducting a t test on nominal data
b. Conducting a t test on data that were not normally distributed
9. If you had two groups that had unequal variances, you would be most worried about that unequal variances if
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a. The ratio of the variances was 2 to 1.
b. The ratio of the variances was 4 to 1.
10. More questions are raised by experiments that
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a. Obtain significant results
b. Obtain results that are not significant
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