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Chapter 11: Research Design Explained | Student Page

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Study this concept map to see the connections between key terms Quick matching test

Review using these flashcards.

If you are writing a Method section, download this tutorial. Help with answering the end-of-chapter exercises
See if you can figure out the number of groups and the number of participants from the degrees of freedom in an ANOVA table. Take a short, general practice quiz over the entire chapter. If you are writing a Results section, consult this tips for writing the Results section link.
See if you have mastered deciphering ANOVA tables Take 8-item quizzes over reasons for ding a multiple-group experiment (the first part of the chapter). If you are planning to conduct a study read "Web Appendix: Conducting a Study."
Review by reading the chapter summary.

Understanding the answers to these review questions before taking a quiz or exam over Chapter 11 material.

Take 13-item quizzes over the logic of ANOVA (the second part of the chapter). Have the computer calculate degrees of freedom for you -- if you provide the number of groups and the number of participants

Do an analysis of variance using a statistical calculator.
Test yourself on Have the computer help you format the results of a one way ANOVA. (an F test)

Chapter 11 exercises

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