1.

Use a computer program to prepare frequency and cumulative frequency
distributions for grouped and ungrouped data. (I)

2.

Use a computer program to prepare frequency and cumulative frequency
polygons for grouped and ungrouped data. (I)

3.

Use a computer program to compute mean, median, mode and percentiles
for grouped and ungrouped data. (I)

4.

Identify the most appropriate measures of central tendency for given
data. (I)

5.

Use a computer program to compute variance, standard deviation, and
estimated population standard deviation from a sample for grouped and
ungrouped data. (I)

6.

Use a computer program to compute and interpret zscores. (I)

7.

Use a computer program to compute Pearson r and Spearman rho for
grouped and ungrouped data. (I)

8.

Interpret the significance of Pearson r and Spearman rho for given
data. (I)

9.

Use a computer program to compute areas under the normal curve for
given zscores or standard deviations. (II)

10.

Discuss the concept of sampling distributions and the Central Limit
Theorem. (II)

11.

Use a computer program to compute and interpret the significance of a
ttest for the hypothesized mean for a single distribution. (II)

12.

Use a computer program to compute and intepret the significance of a
ttest of the difference between two means from matched or inependent
samples. (II)

13.

Use a computer program to compute and interpret one and two factor
ANOVAs. (II)

14.

Use a computer program to compute and interpret chisquares analyses.
(III)

