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Quiz: Review Concepts
Due Mar 20 at 11:59pm Points 50 Questions 26
Time Limit 90 Minutes
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Score for this quiz: 36 out of 50
Submitted Mar 21 at 7:20am
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The quiz:
Covers theLearnmaterial fromModule 1: Week 1.
Contains 25 multiple-choice questions.
Islimitedto 90 minutes.
Allows1 attempt.
Isworth 50 points.
This quiz is designed to assess understanding of content from this week’s topics covered in the Learn
section (non-cumulative) and will not require use of SPSS. You have 90 minutes to complete these 25
questions. This allows for judicious use of time to refer to assigned readings and presentations (open
book / open notes), but should be completed with no other forms of collaboration.
Please note: that the rst question asks you to indicate your agreement to abide by LUO's Online
Honor Code. Answering this question is required.
Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module 1: Week 1.
0 / 0 pts
Question 1
I have read and understand the Academic Honor policy as
outlined in the Online Honor Code
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(https://www.liberty.edu/students/honor-code-luo/) for Liberty University
Online. I agree to abide by this policy and that the work
submitted herein is my own.
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Yes
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No
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No answer text provided.
2 / 2 pts
Question 2
Scenario: Suppose participants complete an experiment where
ads are presented subliminally during a task (e.g., Pepsi ads are
ashed at a very fast rate during movie ads). Participants are
then given a recognition test for images of the ads, where two
images are presented and participants must choose which one
of the two was presented earlier. Both men and women (18 of
each gender) participate in the study, and the researcher
predicts that recognition accuracy (0 — 100%) will differ based
on gender. Question: Which of the following best describes the
research design?
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Descriptive
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Predictive
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Quasi-experimental
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Experimental
2 / 2 pts
Question 3
Scenario: Suppose participants complete an experiment where
ads are presented subliminally during a task (e.g., Pepsi ads are
ashed at a very fast rate during movie ads). Participants are
then given a recognition test for images of the ads, where two
images are presented and participants must choose which one
of the two was presented earlier. Both men and women (18 of
each gender) participate in the study, and the researcher
predicts that recognition accuracy (0 — 100%) will differ based
on gender. Question: What is the most appropriate statistical
test to conduct given this scenario?
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Independent samples t-test
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Correlated groups t-test
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Pearson's r correlation
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Phi correlation
2 / 2 pts
Question 4
Scenario: Suppose participants complete an experiment where
ads are presented subliminally during a task (e.g., Pepsi ads are
ashed at a very fast rate during movie ads). Participants are
then given a recognition test for images of the ads, where two
images are presented and participants must choose which one
of the two was presented earlier. Both men and women (18 of
each gender) participate in the study, and the researcher
predicts that recognition accuracy (0 — 100%) will differ based
on gender. Question: What is the null hypothesis for this
scenario?
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There is no difference in recognition accuracy based on gender.