Final Exam, Statistics for Aphasiologists 1st quarter, Docent: Nerbonne TOPICS z-tests, confidence intervals, significance tests, t-tests, chi-square, ANOVA, Wilcoxon, Mann-Whitney, Kruskal-Wallis FORMULAS, etc. that you need to know average, standard deviation, conversion to standard scores, standard error voor samples over n elements use of tables for z, t, F, X^2, Wilcoxon DIAGRAMS histograms, box-n-whisker diagrams, normal-quantile plots, logarithmic graphs, density curves CONCEPTS confidence intervals, error margins, critical points, p-values, significance tests, null hypothesis, alternative hypothesis, one- vs. two-sided hypotheses, statistical significance (at level alpha), z-test, sample size, errors of the first and second sort t-tests, degrees of freedom, t-test for independent samples, t-tests for paired data, robustness chi-square (X^2), degrees of freedom, expected cell values in tables, X^2 test of independence, X^2 test of "goodness of fit" F-distribution (and degrees of freedom), single ANOVA proportions, standard error of binomial Mann-Whitney, Wilcoxon, Sign test. FOR ALL TESTS: PAY ATTENTION TO THE GUIDELINES FOR PRACTICAL USE When is which test to be used?