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BBC Measurement - Intro to Descriptive Statistics

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    So the correct answer is this one. The percent of faces correctly recognized and
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    placed from parts I and II. So this is very precise, the percent of faces. The
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    others contribute to your score so if you remember specific types of faces, that
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    helps you to get a higher percentage. Or knowing whether you saw the face first
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    or second? That also helps you get a better score, but that's not how it was
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    measured. Knowing whether or not the face was there? Yes, that contributes to
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    your score. And the tricky one, the number of faces you remember. If the score
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    were given to you as a number For example, you remembered, I dunno 11 out of 12,
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    that would be the way that BBC measured it but your score at the end was a
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    percent. So this is how they measure memory. And it's important to be very
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    precise. And if you got that wrong, don't worry. This was a tricky question and
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    it's more just to get you thinking.
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BBC Measurement - Intro to Descriptive Statistics
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