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    1. I don't understand how the right occipital lobe receive visual information from the right half of both retinas. Isn't it like the opposite ways instead? What about entire retina of the right/left eye, or maybe even the left half of both retinas? It's really confusing.

    2. May someone explain how z-scores work and how to know the range of percentages (like +2 or - 2)? This question really made my head blow: In a standard normal distribution, about _________% of the scores fall above a z-score of 3.00?
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    (Original post by alifleih)
    1. I don't understand how the right occipital lobe receive visual information from the right half of both retinas. Isn't it like the opposite ways instead? What about entire retina of the right/left eye, or maybe even the left half of both retinas? It's really confusing.

    2. May someone explain how z-scores work and how to know the range of percentages (like +2 or - 2)? This question really made my head blow: In a standard normal distribution, about _________% of the scores fall above a z-score of 3.00?
    Google works wonders

    Answer to question 1: http://informationdisplay.org/portal.../Fig2right.jpg

    Answer to question 2: http://grants.hhp.uh.edu/doconnor/pe...Ncurve_SDs.gif
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    Google works wonders

    Answer to question 1: http://informationdisplay.org/portal.../Fig2right.jpg

    Answer to question 2: http://grants.hhp.uh.edu/doconnor/pe...Ncurve_SDs.gif
    Thanks!! I wonder how you got to them, though. Quite intrigued.
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    Thanks!! I wonder how you got to them, though. Quite intrigued.
    http://bit.ly/1EgVoIw
 
 
 
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