In this project, we’ll use our unique IAT random samples to demonstrate what we

In this project, we’ll use our unique IAT random samples to demonstrate what we learned in Unit 4 (Module 11). WARNING: Since this project is equivalent to an exam, I will not be able to help you. However, you can still rely on your classmates for help, and I can answer clarification questions.

Progress Check

Use this activity to assess whether you can:

Describe the sampling distribution for sample proportions and use it to identify unusual (and more common) sample results.

Distinguish between a sample statistic and a population parameter.

Use StatCruch to find a confidence interval to estimate a population proportion when conditions are met.

Interpret the confidence interval in context.

Interpret the meaning of a confidence level and relate it to the margin of error when testing a claim.

Given a claim about a population, determine the null and alternative hypotheses.

Conduct a hypothesis test for a population proportion and state a conclusion in context.

Interpret the P-value as a conditional probability.

Recognize type I and type II errors and articulate the consequence of either error.

Directions

WARNING: The directions for Unit Projects differ from the directions for homework and lab assignments.

Use the drop-down menu to learn about the four steps needed to complete this assignment.

Four steps to complete the assignmentData

For the remainder of this assignment, all links open in a new tab.

Login and open StatCrunch (directions).

Open your IAT sample data set in StatCrunch (directions). Prompts

Each IAT data set has a different prompt for this project. Select the appropriate drop-down triangle below to see the prompt for your data set.

Gender-Career IAT Questions & Variables

Open for the Gender-Career promptGender-Science IAT Questions & Variables

Open for the Gender-Science promptRace IAT Questions & Variables

Open for the Race promptSexuality IAT Questions & Variables

Open for the Sexuality promptWeapons IAT Questions & Variables

Open for the Weapons promptWeight IAT Questions & Variables

Open for the Weight promptStatCrunch Directions

Here is a PDF document with all StatCrunch directionsLinks to an external site..

Units 6 & 7 Project Discussion Board

Use the Units 6 & 7 Project discussion board to ask questions or provide feedback about this project.

Review Feedback

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Content by Cuyamaca College math faculty and licensed under the Creative Commons 4.0 International LicenseLinks to an external site.. Rubric

Units 6/7 Project

Units 6/7 Project

CriteriaRatingsPts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 1aIAT data set is identified.

2.5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

2.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 1bStatCrunch output is provided and is correct.

5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 1cCorrect work is shown for checking conditions

2.5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

2.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 1dConfidence interval was correctly stated in context.

5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 1eQuestion was correctly answered with explanation

2.5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

2.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 2aHypotheses were correctly stated in words and symbols

5 ptsComplete

3 ptsPartial Credit

Either the words or symbols are missing/incorrect.

0 ptsIncomplete

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 2bCorrect work is shown for checking conditions

2.5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

2.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 2cStatCrunch output is provided and is correct.

5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 2dP-value was provided and interpreted correctly.

5 ptsComplete

0 ptsIncomplete

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 2eA correct conclusion was provided that included the p-value and referenced the population and the appropriate variable.

5 ptsComplete

3 ptsPartial Credit

0 ptsIncomplete

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 3aCorrectly identified the type of error with a brief explanation

2.5 ptsComplete

1.5 ptsPartial Credit

0 ptsIncomplete

2.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 3bError type was interpreted in the context of the problem.

2.5 ptsComplete

1.5 ptsPartial Credit

0 ptsIncomplete

2.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSelf-evaluationThe final draft begins (or ends) with a self-evaluation of your first draft. The self-evaluation describes how you demonstrated attainment of the learning objectives in the “Progress Check” section of the assignment, OR what you needed to correct in order to demonstrate attainment of the learning objectives.

5 ptsComplete

3 ptsPartial Credit

The self-evaluation does not describe how you demonstrated attainment of the learning objectives in the “Progress Check” section of the assignment, or what you needed to correct in order to demonstrate attainment of the learning objectives.

0 ptsIncomplete

5 pts

Total Points: 50

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