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 Power the probability of retaining significant results 1-B=power THE ASSUMPTIONS OF POWER AS SAMPLE SIZE INCREASES POWER INCREASES THE SMALLER ALPHA IS THE LOWER THE POWER AS POWER INCREASES GAMMA INCREASES WHAT IS GAMMA THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE NULL HYPOTHESIS IS FALSE hOW LARGE OF AN EFFECT THE IV HAD ON THE POPULATION WHAT IS ALPHA USUALLY SET AT .O5 IS THE PROBABILITY OF MAKING A TYPE 1 ERROR WHICH WOULD BE REJECTING THE NULL WHEN IT IS TRUE PROBLEMS ASSOC W/A LINEAR RELATIONSHIP CURVINLINEAR RELATIONSHIP NON-MONOTONIC RELATIONSHIP RESTRICTED RANGE OUTLIERS ASSUMPTIONS OF AN INDEPENDENT T TEST RANDOM ASSIGNMENT AND SELECTION SAMPLE SIZE IS RELATIVELY THE SAME CONTROL GROUP AND EXPERIMENTAL GROUP HOMOGENEITY OF VARIANCE SCORES HOMOGENEITY OF VARIANCE THE LARGEST VARIANCE CANT BE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SMALLEST VARIANCE, NEEDS TO BE PRESENT IN ORDER TO CONDUCT A T-TEST DEPENDENT GROUPS T-TEST SHOWS THE EFFECT OF THE IV WHEN THE STD DEV IS NOT KNOWN, USED WITH MATCHED GROUPS OR REPEATED MEASURES DESIGN EPILSON USED IN ANOVA IS THE SAME AS R SQUARED FOR CORRELATION IN THE FACT THAT IT STATES THE STRENGTH OF THE RELATIONSHIP BTWN THE IV AND DV DICHOTOMOUS VARIABLE VARIABLE WITH ONLY 2 CATEGORIES, ie YES OR NO or MALE OR FEMALE DEGREES OF FREEDOM THE # OF QUANITIES THAT CAN VARY WHEN ESTIMATING THE VALUE OF A PARAMETER FROM A STATISTIC BETWEEN GROUP VARIANCE IN THE ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE IT IS THE DIFFERENCES IN MEANS BETWEEN THE DIFFERENT GROUPS BEING STUDIED PREDICTOR VARIABLE LINEAR REGRESSION THE VARIABLE THAT FROM WHICH THE CRITERION SCORES ARE ESTIMATED- THE X AND INDEPENTDENT VARIABLE CRITERION VARIABLE THE DEPENDENT/Y VARIABLE THE VARIABLE THAT IS MANIPULATED BY THE PREDICTOR VARIABLE