Ch 6: Non-Causal Relationships in Statistics

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Let us help you review how non-causal relationships work in statistics with this engaging chapter. When preparing for a test, you can use these lesson and multiple-choice quizzes to review the subjects you'll see on exam day so you can work to get the best score you can.

Non-Causal Relationships in Statistics - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our instructors present non-causal explanations for statistical relationships, including coincidence, confounding variables and common response. These lessons provide a convenient, self-paced way to study statistics on a computer or mobile device. After reviewing this chapter, you should be ready to do the following:

  • Give an example of a coincidence
  • Explain how confounding variables can occur in statistics
  • Avoid lurking variables in your research

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