**Location, Location, Location**
Match each definition with the term if defines. You may use terms once, more than once, or not at all. If you are correct, a clue will appear.
A. Rare event O. Variation
B. Single-blind study O. Experiment
D. Simple random sample P. Cluster sample
E. Population Q. Convenience sample
F. Double-blind study R. Placebo Effect
G. Confounding S. Stratified sample
H. Rosenthal Effect T. Correlation study
I. Systematic sample W. Alternative hypothesis
L. Census X. Null hypothesis
___ Choose a sample such that every possible sample of size n has an equal chance of
being chosen
___ Choose a sample such that every k^{th} element from a population is chosen
___ Subdivide the population into at least two different subgroups and draw a simple
random sample from each
___ Divide the population into subgroups and randomly select some entire subgroups as
the sample
___ The ONLY way to establish cause and effect
___ An example of this method is to randomly draw from a group of males and a group
of females
___ The group you are trying to make inferences about
___ In this type of study, we apply a treatment and then observe the effects
___ When neither the doctor nor the patient knows who is getting the drug and who is
getting the placebo
___ The probability that an event will happen is less than .5%
___ An example of an observational study of the relationship between age and height
___ Treated subjects respond differently is an example of
___ The research hypothesis
___ A census is a complete sample of the entireā¦
___ An untreated subject incorrectly believes he or she received a treatment
A. Can you eliminate a location? Which one?
B. Which locations remain?
C. Which suspects remain?
D. Which murder weapons still remain?
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