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Activity: Determining Statistical Design and Analysis

This activity provides students with 8 descriptions of research and asks them to identify elements of the research design in order to match the most appropriate statistic to the study. An answer key is provided as well as a brief guide for determining the appropriate statistical analysis.

Matching Statistics to Designs; Identifying IVs & DVs; Identifying NOIR; Identifying Between vs. Within-Subjects Designs


Author: Gary Lewandowski

Monmouth University

Posted: Thursday, June 03, 2010