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A. Normal Distribution

B. Uniform Distribution

C. Cauchy Distribution

D. Binomial Distribution

A. Increase

B. Decrease

C. Have no effect

D. All of these

A. Replaced

B. Selected

C. Sampled

D. Both band c

A. Sample Means

B. Sample Variances

C. Sample Ranges

D. Both a and b

A. Resemble

B. Differ

C. Replace

D. All of these

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. Standard Error

B. Standard Error of the Mean

C. Standard Error of the Population

D. Both a and b

A. Standard Error

B. Standard Error of the Mean

C. Standard Error of the Population

D. Both a and b

A. N

B. N-1

C. 1-n

D. N+1

A. It is most common behavioral research.

B. Probability for each selection is conditional.

C. It is used in the development of statistical theory.

D. Participants selected are not replaced before the next selection.

A. Selecting participants in no specific order.

B. Participants being replaced after being sample

C. Never selecting the same participant twice in the same sample.

D. Participants not being replaced after being sample

A. Standard deviation

B. Population mean

C. Sample variance

D. Population variance

A. Standard deviation

B. Population mean

C. Sample variance

D. Population variance

A. Approach the shape of a normal distribution.

B. Be asymmetrical.

C. Not be based on theory.

D. Be nonmodal.

A. 0.5

B. 3.0

C. 1.5

D. There is not enough information to answer this question.

A. There is not enough information to answer this question.

B. Less than 1

C. Equal to 1

D. Greater than 1

A. Researcher A

B. Researcher B

C. They both have the same standard error.

D. This cannot be computed from the information available

A. Increase the variability in the sample.

B. Decrease the value of standard error.

C. Leave the standard error unchange

D. Increase the value of standard error.

A. Increase the variability in the sample.

B. Decrease the value of standard error.

C. Leave the standard error unchange

D. Increase the value of standard error.

A. .0228

B. .4772

C. .9772

D. Equal to the probability of obtaining a sample mean that is at least two standard deviations below the mean

A. 25

B. 32.5

C. 7.5

D. The standard error of the mean is not reported in the article.

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False