is used in chi-squared distribution sets, as a probability distribution of two independent chi-square (based) random variables which are both divided by their degrees of freedom. See chi squared distribution.
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which has an assigned symbol of F is used in multivariate analysis of variance looking at the ration of explained to unexplained variance. Otherwise known as the F statistic or the F value.
is an umbrella term used to describe any test which looks at hypotheses which reliy on the sampling distribution with respect to the null hypothesis, being distributed as the f distribution, which results in an f ratio.
is an umbrella term which is used to describe any test where the participants are asked to interpret fables; these tests are not common and infrequently used in intelligence tests.
is a term which can be applied to a number of examples; for example, fabrication may refer to the act of concocting or inventing an entirely new part of a story normally with the intention to deceive.
is similar to factial action coding systems; is the sum of the sensory, neurological, and all cognitive processed which are involved in the processes of facial expression interpretation in human beings.
is the process of identifying an individual using their facial features and expressions which individual's typically remember greater and for longer periods of time other their other qualities such as name.
is a measure of the extent the items included within an experiment appear to be appropriate for what they are being used to measure irrespective of whether they actually are.
involves the examining individual touching the individual's face at the same time as touching the back of their hand; this is a test of tactile extinction and similar to the double-simultaneous tactile sensation.
is considered a form of sexism in that in the advertising business, men are supposedly portrayed using their faces implying their intelligence, over women who are portrayed by their bodies.