Below are 10 questions about procedures learned
in Psych 205. To see the answers, click **here**.

- How would you compare self-esteem mean ratings for a sample of Wellesley students vs. a hypothetical mean for the population of all female college students?
- How would you establish the magnitude and direction of the association between two continuous variables, such as self-esteem and depression? (Both variables are normally distributed.)
- How would you compare gun control mean attitudes between high school and college students?
- How would you test the frequency distribution of marital status within a community sample of adults ages 25-40?
- How would you compare pre- and post-test math scores for a sample of fourth-graders?
- How would you compare attitudes regarding achievement satisfaction among college students in first, second, third, and fourth year?
- How would you establish the association between ethnic group identification (e.g. white, African-American, Latino) and socioeconomic status?
- How would you evaluate the amount of variance
accounted for by one variable in predicting another variable?

- You are asked to run univariate (descriptive) statistics. Which statistics should you include?
- What type of graph displays the measures of dispersion for an interval or ratio variable?

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Susan Archambault

Psychology Department, Wellesley College

Created By: Nina Schloesser '02

Created On: July 7, 2000

Last Modified: July 21, 2000