Can you help me understand this Psychology question?
Pick a continuous variable (that is, interval or ratio in scale of measurement) that is normally distributed. Explain the distribution of the variable. What do scores in the center of the distribution mean for this particular variable? What about scores in the tails?
If you have a z score of +2.58, what does that mean in terms of your specific variable? Please answer in both statistical and real- world language.
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