the null hypothesis is not rejected when it is false c.
In order to make judgment about the value of a parameter, the problem can be set up as a hypothesis testing problem.
the null hypothesis is probably wrong b.
Some advocates of Whorfianism have held that if Whorfian hypotheses were true, then meaning would be globally and radically indeterminate. Thus, the truth of Whorfian hypotheses is equated withglobal linguistic relativism—a well known selfundermining formof relativism. But as we have seen, not all Whorfian hypotheses are global hypotheses: they are about what is induced by particular linguistic features. And the associated nonlinguistic perceptual andcognitive differences can be quite small, perhaps insignificant. For example, Thierry et al. (2009) provides evidence that an obligatory lexical distinction between light and dark blue affects Greek speakers' color perception in the left hemisphere only. And the question of the degree to which this affects sensuous experience is not addressed.
The scientific method does not allow any hypothesis to be proven. Hypotheses can be disproven in which case that hypothesis is rejected as false.
the null hypothesis is probably true d.
1. Setting up two competing hypotheses  Each hypothesis test includes two hypothesis about the population. One is the null hypothesis, notated as H_{o}, which is a statement of a particular parameter value. This hypothesis is assumed to be true until there is evidence to suggest otherwise. The second hypothesis is called the alternative, or research, hypothesis, notated as H_{a}. The alternative hypothesis is a statement of a range of alternative values in which the parameter may fall. One must also check that any assumptions (conditions) needed to run the test have been satisfied e.g. normality of data, independence, and number of success and failure outcomes.
2. Set some level of significance called alpha. This value is used as a probability cutoff for making decisions about the null hypothesis. As we will learn later, this alpha value represents the probability we are willing to place on our test for making an incorrect decision in regards to rejecting the null hypothesis. The most common alpha value is 0.05 or 5%. Other popular choices are 0.01 (1%) and 0.1 (10%).
reserve judgement about the hypothesis.
5. Make a test decision about the null hypothesis  In this step we decide to either reject the null hypothesis or decide to fail to reject the null hypothesis. Notice we do not make a decision where we will accept the null hypothesis.
As described in the topic on if p With ANOVA, if the null hypothesis is rejected, then all we know is that at least 2 groups are different from each other.
One can never prove the truth of a statistical (null) hypothesis.

failing to reject the null hypothesis when it is false.
For all three alternatives, the null hypothesis is the population parameter is equal to that certain value.

failing to reject the null hypothesis when it is true.
All we can say about a hypothesis, which stands up to, a test to falsify it is that we failed to disprove it.

rejecting the null hypothesis when it is false.
the probability of Y falling in the critical region when the null hypothesis is true is ALPHA II.
rejecting the null hypothesis when the alternative is true.
The FLN/FLB distinction provides earlier generative Essentialism withan answer (at least in part) to the question of what the singularity of the human language faculty consists in, and it does so in a way that subsumes many of the empirical discoveries of paleoanthropology,primatology, and ethnography that have been part of highly influential in Emergentist approaches as well as neoDarwinian Essentialist approaches. A neoDarwinian Essentialist like Pinker will accept that the language faculty involves recursion, but also will also hold (with Emergentists) that human language capacities originated, via natural selection, for the purpose of linguistic communication.
not rejecting the null hypothesis when the alternative is true.
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The failure to reject does not imply the null hypothesis is true.
But the sensorymotor and conceptualintentional systems are concreteparts of the organism: muscles and nerves and articulatory organs andperceptual channels and neuronal activity. How can each one of a “potentially infinite array” be “passed to” such concrete systems without it taking a potentially infinite amountof time? HCF may mean that for any one of the expressions that FLN defines as wellformed (by generating it) there is a possibility of its being used as the basis for a pairing of sound and meaning. This would be closer to the classical generative Essentialist view that the grammar generates an infinite set of structural descriptions; butit is not what HCF say.
In short, it is a mystery what Hoijer meant by his “central idea”.
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