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Social functioning is the ability for an individual to interact or adapt in a normal or usual way in social environments. As a healthcare analyst, you were given the following measures of social functioning of a sample of 18 relatives who care for patients with OCD:

20, 60, 48, 92, 50, 82, 48, 90, 30, 68, 43, 54, 60, 62, 94, 67, 63, 85.

The research question was whether or not relatives who care for patients with OCD are as healthy as those in the general healthy population. The mean social functioning of healthy individuals is m = 77.43. using SPSS and the 0.05 level of significance (a = 0.05) test the null hypothesis that the mean social functioning of the sample of 18 is not statistically significantly different from that of the healthy. After you run the one-sample t-test, answer the following questions.

A. What is the mean social functioning score for the sample of 18?

Question 21 options:

 62 20.942 17 4.936

Question 22 (1 point)

Social functioning is the ability for an individual to interact or adapt in a normal or usual way in social environments. As a healthcare analyst, you were given the following measures of social functioning of a sample of 18 relatives who care for patients with OCD:

20, 60, 48, 92, 50, 82, 48, 90, 30, 68, 43, 54, 60, 62, 94, 67, 63, 85.

The research question was whether or not relatives who care for patients with OCD are as healthy as those in the general healthy population. The mean social functioning of healthy individuals is m = 77.43. using SPSS and the 0.05 level of significance (a = 0.05) test the null hypothesis that the mean social functioning of the sample of 18 is not statistically significantly different from that of the healthy. After you run the one-sample t-test, answer the following questions.

A. What is the standard deviation of the social functioning scores for the sample of 18?

Question 22 options:

 17 20.942 4.936 62

Question 23 (1 point)

Social functioning is the ability for an individual to interact or adapt in a normal or usual way in social environments. As a healthcare analyst, you were given the following measures of social functioning of a sample of 18 relatives who care for patients with OCD:

20, 60, 48, 92, 50, 82, 48, 90, 30, 68, 43, 54, 60, 62, 94, 67, 63, 85.

The research question was whether or not relatives who care for patients with OCD are as healthy as those in the general healthy population. The mean social functioning of healthy individuals is m = 77.43. using SPSS and the 0.05 level of significance (a = 0.05) test the null hypothesis that the mean social functioning of the sample of 18 is not statistically significantly different from that of the healthy. After you run the one-sample t-test, answer the following questions.

A. What is the test statistic that is calculated for the one sample hypothesis test - given the given population mean?

Question 23 options:

 4.936 -3.126 0.006 -5.02 -2.942

Question 24 (1 point)

Social functioning is the ability for an individual to interact or adapt in a normal or usual way in social environments. As a healthcare analyst, you were given the following measures of social functioning of a sample of 18 relatives who care for patients with OCD:

20, 60, 48, 92, 50, 82, 48, 90, 30, 68, 43, 54, 60, 62, 94, 67, 63, 85.

The research question was whether or not relatives who care for patients with OCD are as healthy as those in the general healthy population. The mean social functioning of healthy individuals is m = 77.43. using SPSS and the 0.05 level of significance (a = 0.05) test the null hypothesis that the mean social functioning of the sample of 18 is not statistically significantly different from that of the healthy. After you run the one-sample t-test, answer the following questions.

A. What is the estimated standard error of the mean for the one sample hypothesis test - given the given population mean?

Question 24 options:

 2.942 4.936 -5.02 0.006 -3.126

Question 25 (1 point)

Social functioning is the ability for an individual to interact or adapt in a normal or usual way in social environments. As a healthcare analyst, you were given the following measures of social functioning of a sample of 18 relatives who care for patients with OCD:

20, 60, 48, 92, 50, 82, 48, 90, 30, 68, 43, 54, 60, 62, 94, 67, 63, 85.

The research question was whether or not relatives who care for patients with OCD are as healthy as those in the general healthy population. The mean social functioning of healthy individuals is m = 77.43. using SPSS and the 0.05 level of significance (a = 0.05) test the null hypothesis that the mean social functioning of the sample of 18 is not statistically significantly different from that of the healthy. After you run the one-sample t-test, answer the following questions.

A. What is the p-value if a two-tail test is to be used for the one sample hypothesis test - given the given population mean?

Question 25 options:

 0.006 -3.126 4.936 2.942 -5.02

Question 21

The correct option is A

mean social functioning score for the sample of 18

n = Number of Data Values = 18

Sum of Data Values = Σxᵢ = 1116

Sample Mean = x̄ = Σxᵢ / n = 1116 / 18 = 62

Question 22

The correct option is B

standard deviation of the social functioning scores for the sample of 18

s = Sample Standard Deviation = √ Sample Variance = √438.58 = 20.942

Question 23

The correct option is B

test statistic that is calculated for the one sample hypothesis test - given the given population mean

test statistic= x - μ/ σ / √n = -3.126

Question 24

The correct option is B

estimated standard error of the mean

SE = σ / √n = 20.942 / √18 = 4.936

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