Exam 3 will include 38-40 multiple choice questions that will ask you to apply your knowledge from laboratory, lessons, and lecture clips.
You are permitted to bring one standard 8.5×11 sheet of paper including anything that you think will help you in the exam (your notes may be written on both sides).
Sampling (a) cluster, simple random, stratified, etc., (b) importance of randomness, (c) sample selected vs. population you want to infer to.
Observational vs. Experimental studies
Independent and Dependent variables
Confounding (aka statistical control) and Moderation (aka statistical interaction)
Multiple regression (types of variables that can be used, reading output, interpreting coefficients, p values )
Logistic regression (types of variables that can be used, reading output, interpreting coefficients, p values and odds ratios)