Notes of explanation may be found at the bottom of this page.

Between-subjects t-test | [10] [24] [26] |

Within-subjects t-test | [6] [18] [25] [32] [45] [49] |

Matched pairs t-test | [12] [29] |

Mann-Whitney U test | [3] [8] [10] [24] [26] |

Wilcoxon matched-pairs signed-ranks test | [6] [7] [12] [18] [22] [25] [29] [32] [45] |

Matched Pairs design | [12] [29] |

Binomial test | [2] |

Chi Square | [4] [5] [14] [15] [17] [19] [20] [21] [23] [31] [50] [52] |

Correlation | [11] [13] [16] [39] [41] [42] [54] |

Stepwise regression for statistical control | [27] [33] [48] [53] |

Partial Correlation | [27] [33] [48] [53] |

1-way between-subjects Analysis of Variance | [1] [30] [40] [46] |

1-way within-subjects Analysis of Variance | [35] |

Tukey's HSD | [1] [30] [35] [46] |

2-way between-subjects Analysis of Variance | [28] [51] |

2-way within-subjects Analysis of Variance | [9] [47] |

2-way split-plot Analysis of Variance | [34] [36] [37] [38] [43] [49] |

Reliability | [16] [41] [44] [54] |

Validity | [39] [42] |

Animals | [4] [8] [12] [19] [28] [31] [36] |

Cognition | [3] [6] [9] [10] [16] [21] [26] [29] [32] [33] [40] [41] [43] [45] [47] |

Development | [3] [14] [15] [29] [33] [39] [40] [51] |

Psychopathology | [5] [14] [17] [48] |

Personality | [11] [13] [34] [53] [54] |

Education | [20] [27] [42] |

Applied Psychology | [1] [2] [13] [22] [23] [24] [25] [30] [35] [37] [38] [49] [50] |

Perception | [18] |

- In many cases both a parametric and a non-parametric test will be applicable. Such experiments are listed under both headings, eg. between-subjects t-test and Mann-Whitney U.
- In some cases only a non-parametric test may be acceptable. This only applies when it is explicitly stated in the experimental outline that one of the assumptions of a normal distribution has been violated, eg. unequal n.
- In experiments such as twin studies, where a sampling unit is larger than an individual subject, the experiment is classified as a "matched pairs design". This is distinguished from a within-subjects t-test even though it is the same test.
- At York the only post hoc test taught is the application of Tukey's HSD to one-way designs.

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