Interview a pregnant woman (or a woman that had a baby in the last year) and her partner if applicable using the questions below. Ask permission to use a tape recorder and assure her/them that the tape will be erased. 

I have a couple of Questions

Are you familiar w/ this Math?

What’s grade can you guarantee, A,B,C, Or D?

 

the book to reference from is call Essentials of Statistics for Behavioral Sciences -8th edition

It consists of a lot of Math,

 Each week the assignment is due on Sunday at 11:59,  Ok I’ll give you access and let me know if your capable 

Assignment is due APRIL 23rd at 8 pm EASTERN time!!!

It is imparative that you cite in APA (American Psychological Association) format and also use peer reviewed journals. If you are unaware of how to do this please see the website listed below:

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/

 

Pick a Topic related to Parenting (for example, Attachment, Juvenile Delinquency, Identity, or Divorce) and summarize a longitudinal, cross-sectional, or sequential research study article from a peer-reviewed Psychology Journal.

Papers must be 700 to 900 words, Times New Roman, 11-point font, with information properly referenced, paraphrased, and/or in quotations. Reference the Journal article using APA style, use 1-inch margins and double-spacing. You will need a cover page, a running head, page numbers, a reference page, etc.

The Week 2 assignment, like many in this course, is a combination of a personal reflection and an academic-centered discussion.

I’ve attached a copy of this information for you to download.

Reading Related to Paper

In Chapter 3 of the textbook you will become familiar with the basic phenomena of conditioning, including the acquisition, extinction, generalization and discrimination.

Personal Narrative Section

Write a personal narrative paper on an instance of personal learning. Provide detail about the following: what was learned (what changed from start to finish), what were the reason(s) for the learning, in what situation or context did the learning take place and how did the learning occur and who (if anyone) was involved in the learning?

Conditioning Section

Link your experience to: the basic phenomena of conditioning, including defining the four main learning phenomena that occur as a result of conditioning, how each of the four learning phenomena would be present in a human.

Ground the discussion in this section with citations to the course textbook, course video and/or article from a peer-reviewed journal

Outline and Headings for Personal Narrative on Conditioning Paper

Use the following headings to structure the paper.

The headings are based on the grading rubric

APA title page

I. Introduction

An effective introduction briefly presents the topic of the paper and includes a thesis or premise statement. Listing the contents of the paper is not an effective introduction.

II. Personal Narrative Section

Write a personal narrative paper on an instance of personal learning. Provide detail about the following: What was learned (what changed from start to finish)? What were the reason(s) for the learning? In what situation or context did the learning take place? How did the learning occur and who was involved in the learning?

III. Conditioning Section 

Ground this section in citations to the course textbook, course video and/or article from a peer-reviewed journal

Link your experience to: The basic phenomena of conditioning, Define and discuss the four main learning phenomena that occur as a result of conditioning Discuss how each of the four learning phenomena would be present in a human

APA Reference page

At least one reference such as the course textbook, course video and/or article from a peer-reviewed journal

Must be 3 to 4 double-spaced pages PLUS APA title and reference pages, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in your approved APA style guide.

Write a personal narrative paper on an instance of personal learning. Provide detail about about the following: What was learned (what changed from start to finish)? What were the reason(s) for the learning? In what situation or context did the learning take place? How did the learning occur and who (if anyone) was involved in the learning?

Link your experience to the basic phenomena of conditioning, including defining the four main learning phenomena that occur as a result of conditioning and how each of the four learning phenomena would be present in a human.

The paper should be 3-4 pages in length (excluding cover page and reference page) and follow APA style.

I manage to answer the questions on SPSS but I dont know how got the answer I need to show work.

NO PLAGIARSM

SHOW WORK 

DUE TODAY 5/23/18

  Draft Description of Procedure

For this post, please describe how you will collect data, the instruments used to collect the data and how the collected data will be prepared for interpretation and analysis. Write your research question at the top of the post. Use the research question to identify the procedure: Introduce your procedure section of the methodology by providing a rationale for the chosen data-collection strategy. Be sure that your data-collection strategy aligns with your research question, recruitment strategy, and choice of participants. Describe how data will be collected. Describe who will be collecting data. Describe where data collection will take place. Describe how long data collection will take. Will it take place one time or over a series of meetings? Will the time spent collecting data be the same or different for all participants? Will there be different time frames for various participant groups or are all participants engaged in the same data collection procedures? If testing an intervention, describe the planning and the nature of the intervention. Describe where, how long, and who is engaged in the intervention. If you are interviewing participants, describe how you will record the interviews and how you will transform recordings into transcripts or actual data. If you are observing instances of specific behaviors, describe how they will be recorded and who will record them. Include examples of your data-collection instrument. Instruments can be surveys, recording sheets, checklists, surveys, records, questionnaires, interview guides, or lists of open-ended interview questions. Explain how your instrument aligns with your research question.

Note: As you prepare this post, be sure to recognize the limitations of your study. Try to anticipate the questions a reader will have and identify problems to be researched next to extend your findings into new areas. Additional Requirements Font: New Times Roman, 12 point, double spaced. APA: Use current edition APA format and style.

  Draft Analysis Section of Methodology

Describe how you will analyze your data. Start by writing your research question at the top of your post. If your research question is quantitative, include your hypothesis or hypotheses. Qualitative Analysis

For qualitative studies, use a form of analysis that relies on coding, commonly called thematic analysis. This strategy allows you to sort through the words, observations, phrases, and concepts of transcribed narrative data. The goal is to identify the categories of meaning and the themes that emerge across transcripts, documents, and data forms, and that support specific interpretations of meaning offered by participants. Use examples to describe how you will interpret narrative data.

It is helpful to address aspects of trustworthiness, dependability, transferability, credibility, authenticity, confirmability, rigor, triangulation, member checking, and other considerations associated with scientific merit in qualitative research as appropriate to the research question. Quantitative Analysis

For quantitative studies, you will identify variables and discrete units of measure that can be compared statistically to represent, describe, and explain observations of natural phenomena. You will describe how numerical values are obtained, interpreted, and understood. Typically, you will explain which statistic applies to the identified variables; it is important to supply your rationale for choosing that statistical measure.

It is helpful to address reliability—the degree of consistency and accuracy—and validity, or whether the measure tests what it is intended to test. It is also helpful to address generalizability and strategies associated with scientific merit in quantitative research. Use charts, diagrams, and other examples as needed.

When you submit your post, include all of Chapter 3, from the introductory paragraphs to the analysis section. Be sure to revise your introductory paragraphs for this chapter by including a short overview of the procedure and the analysis sections of Chapter 3. Revise the entire chapter based on feedback from your instructor and classmates. Copy and paste your post to the message box and attach a Word file of your discussion. Use APA style throughout the entire document.

Unit7Disc1PeerResp PeerResponse Guidelines Provide a substantive contribution that advances the discussion in a meaningful way by identifying strengths of the posting, challenging assumptions, and asking clarifying questions. Your response is expected to reference the assigned readings, as well as other theoretical, empirical, or professional literature to support your views and writings. Reference your sources using standard APA guidelines. Review the Participation Guidelines section of the Discussion Participation Scoring Guide to gain an understanding of what is required in a substantive response.

Responding to: Disc1 Various Forms of the t Test In what research situations should the paired samples t test be used rather than the independent samples t test?

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Unit7PeerResp1Peer1 Jasmine

Based on the information that was provided by Warner (2013) a t TEST is a procedure that is used for comparing a set of sample means to see if there is evidence between two population means. A t test will determine if the two population means differ from each other and it will also tell how much it will differ from each other if any difference. Something that would use a t test that is stated in Warner (2013) is treatment a have a higher rate of recovery than treatment b. Paired sample t test is used to compare two population mean where you have two sample and the one sample can be paired with the other sample that is being observed. For example you would use a paired sample t test would be drinking water. You can compare a certain zinc value from bottle water and tap water. Independent sample t test is a test that compares the means of two groups to find out if there is evidence that population means are different. An example of that would be comparing two different states on what they spend a week on fast food. 

Reference

Warner, R. M. (2013). Applied Statistics: From Bivariate Through Multivariate Techniques, 2nd Edition. [Bookshelf Online]. Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781483305974/

Unit7PeerResp1Peer2 Brittney

Various Forms of the t Test

A t test is a statistic that is used to test hypotheses about scores on quantitative variables (Warner, 2013).  A paired sample t test is indicated when scores come from a repeated measures study a pretest/posttest design, matched samples or other design in which scores are paired in some way.  An independent t test is a parametric test that is best used when groups being compared are between-subjects or independent group.  When it comes to choosing which to use a paired t test should be chosen over an independent t test if the data comes from a within-subjects or repeated measures design a paired sample t test should be chosen. 

Britany Hardy

MS Psychology

Applied Behavior Analysis

Warner, R. M. (2013). Applied statistics: From bivariate through multivariate techniques (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications.

Unit7Disc2PeerResp

Unit7PeerResp2QDA Peer Response Guidelines

Provide a substantive contribution that advances the discussion in a meaningful way by identifying strengths of the posting, challenging assumptions, and asking clarifying questions. Your response is expected to reference the assigned readings, as well as other theoretical, empirical, or professional literature to support your views and writings. Reference your sources using standard APA guidelines. Review the Participation Guidelines section of the Discussion Participation Scoring Guide to gain an understanding of what is required in a substantive response.

Responsding to: 

Two Versions of Independent Samples t Test

Analyze why there are two different versions (“Equal variances assumed” and “Equal variances not assumed”) of the ttest on the SPSS printout and how you decide which one is more appropriate.

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Unit7Resp2Peer1 CAIT

There are two different versions of the t-test on the SPSS printout. One version states, “equal variances assumed” while the other reports “equal variances not assumed”. In order to determine which version of the t-test should be utilized, the Levene test should be used (Warner, 2013). Using the Levene test to determine which t-test should be used is the best way to decipher whether or not “equal variance assumed” or “equal variance not assumed”. If a researcher looked at the Levene test and saw that there was no severe and/or significant violation, then the researcher would be able to determine that “equal variance assumed” (Warner, 2013). When there is “equal variance assumed”, it is important to remember that there is always a risk for Type 1 error (Warner, 2013). In order for researchers to determine “equal variance assumed”, they must also make sure that the population is not small and unequal (Warner, 2013). If there was a tiny, uneven population and/or group being measured, then the risk of Type 1 error becomes higher (Warner, 2013). 

     In order to determine “equal variances not assumed”, researchers must once again look at the Levene test (Warner, 2013). If the population and/or group being tested displayed skewed correlations and different variances, then the researchers would deem “equal variances not assumed” (Warner, 2013). Another time that researchers may decide that “equal variances not assumed” would be if the f value on the Levene test was very small (Warner, 2013). If it was f value did not show statistical significance, then the test would once again be reported as “equal variances not assumed” (Warner, 2013). This would also be true if the p-value was determined to be small (ie. p<.05 or p<.01) (Warner, 2013). 

Reference

Warner, R. M. (2013). Applied Statistics From Bivariate Through Multivariate Techniques (2nd ed.). Thousand Oakes, CA: SAGE Publications.

Unit7Resp2Peer2 TEDDRICK

Equal variance assumed is when in a sample the two independent samples are assumed that are drawn for populations that are identical in their variances, in this t test it is assume equal variances (Warner, 2013). Equal variances not assumed is when two independent samples are assumed that are drawn from populations that are unequal in variances, in this case it is not assume equal variances (Warner, 2013). In the SPSS output, we have both equal variances, to determine which variance is going to be used we need to rely on what the Levene’s test indicates. For example, if the Levene’s test indicates that the variance is equal in both groups then the equal variances assumed is appropriate, but if indicates that both groups are not equal then the equal variances not assume would be appropriate. When utilizing equal variances are assumed the researcher utilizes the calculation of pooled variances (Warner, 2013). Instead when equal variances cannot be assumed, researcher would use calculation un-pooled variances and a correction to the degrees of freedom (Warner, 2013).

Reference: 

Warner, R. M. (2013). Applied statistics: From bivariate through multivariate techniques (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Need to redo lab report to be PLAGIARISM FREE!! It currently shows 100% plagiarism on SafeAssign! 

Please see uploaded files for reports and marking rubricks.

APA formatting and referencing. Perfect English and grammar – No spelling and grammatical errors!

Please use statistics from ‘Edited Lab Report2’ as that is the most updated information!