**Parametric test** is a test of statistical inference in which assumptions are made about the underlying population distributions, usually that they are normally distributed. Parametric test is likewise, a hypothesis test that uses sample means or sample correlations to evaluate a hypothesis about the corresponding population. Parametric tests rely on sample data consisting of numerical scores.

# Glossary / Lexicon

## Parametric test

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Nonparametric test at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■■■■■■■ |

Nonparametric test: Nonparametric test refers to hypothesis test that does not require numerical scores . . . Read More | |

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Hypothesis test: Hypothesis test refers to an inferential statistical procedure that uses sample data . . . Read More | |

Single-factor analysis of variance at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■■ |

The Single-factor analysis of variance is a hypothesis test that evaluates the statistical significance . . . Read More | |

Nonparametric Tests at environment-database.eu | ■■■■■ |

Nonparametric Tests: Nonparametric Tests are all studies involving ranked data, ie., data that can be . . . Read More | |

Chi-Square test for independence at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■ |

Chi-Square test for independence: Chi-square test for independence refers to a statistical test usually . . . Read More | |

Independent-measures t test at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■ |

Independent-measures t test: Independent-measures t test a term used in a between-subjects design that . . . Read More | |

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A Distribution is the concentration of an element at a point over time, over an area, or within . . . Read More | |

Hypothesis Test at environment-database.eu | ■■■■ |

A Hypothesis Test is a statistical procedure for determining if a sample provides sufficient evidence . . . Read More | |

Level of significance at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■ |

Level of significance: Level of significance refers to the statistical probability required by scientists . . . Read More | |

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Bar graph: Bar graph refers to a frequency distribution graph in which a vertical bar indicates the frequency . . . Read More |