Flashcards in Hypotheses Deck (14):

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## What is a hypotheses

### A statement of what you believe to be true

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## What is a directional hypothesis

### It states the kind of difference between two conditions or two groups of participants higher lower faster slower etc

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## What is a nondirectional hypothesis

### It simply states that there is a difference between two conditions or two groups of participants

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## Is this non-directional or directional? Participants gain higher concentrations scores when listening to soft noise than when listening to loud noise

### Directional

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## Is this directional or nondirectional? Concentrations scores are different when the task is performed with a soft or a loud noise?

### Nondirectional

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## What is a one tailed hypothesis?

### It is the same as directional

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## What is a two-tailed hypothesis

### It is going in both directions and is the same as a nondirectional hypothesis

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## What is an experimental hypothesis

### This is the hypothesis for an experiment

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## What is research hypothesis

### This is the hypothesis written for any other kind of study

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## What is alternative hypothesis

### This is just another term used the hypothesis it is the alternative to the null hypothesis

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## What is a null hypothesis?

### This is a statement of no difference or no relationships for example there is no difference in the concentration levels of participants in the loud and soft noise conditions

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## What is the abbreviation for the alternative hypothesis

### H1

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## What is the abbreviation of a null hypothesis?

### H0

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