A **Hypothesis Test** is a statistical procedure for determining if a sample provides sufficient evidence to reject or accept one statement regarding the population of interest in favor of an alternative statement.

## Hypothesis Test

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Hypothesis test: Hypothesis test refers to an inferential statistical procedure that uses sample data . . . Read More | |

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Confidence interval: A confidence interval is an interval defined by two values, called confidence limits, . . . Read More | |

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Null hypothesis: Null hypothesis the hypothesis alternative to a primary hypothesis, stating that there . . . Read More | |

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Parametric test: Parametric test is a test of statistical inference in which assumptions are made about . . . Read More | |

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Inferential statistic: Inferential statistic is defined as a statistical test that allows one to infer . . . Read More | |

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Type II error: Type II error - the conclusion, based on a hypothesis test, that a result is not Statistically . . . Read More | |

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Nonparametric test: Nonparametric test refers to hypothesis test that does not require numerical scores . . . Read More | |

DMTC (Delayed matching-to-sample) at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■ |

DMTC (Delayed matching-to-sample): DMTC which is the acronym of Delayed matching-to-sample refers to . . . Read More | |

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Random sample: Random sample refers to a survey procedure in which every person in the population being . . . Read More | |

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A Sample is a single item or specimen selected from a larger population, such as any subset of a population . . . Read More |