Question

- Review the Learning Resources and the media programs related to
*t*tests. - Using the SPSS software, open the High School Longitudinal Study dataset found in this week’s Learning Resources and construct a research question that involves a comparison of a means test.

By Day 3

Use SPSS to answer the research question you constructed and post your response to the following:

- What is your research question?
- What is the null hypothesis for your question?
- What research design would align with this question?
- What comparison of means test was used to answer the question (be sure to defend the use of the test using the article you found in your search)?
- What dependent variable was used and how is it measured?
- What independent variable is used and how is it measured?
- If you found significance, what is the strength of the effect?
- Identify your research question and explain your results for a lay audience, what is the answer to your research question?

Answer #1

SPSS Portion
Here you analyze T tests in SPSS, and interpret
output.
Part I Independent Sample (8 points) (part 2 is below)
There is research being conducted on chow for small dogs. Below
are the comparison between weights (wt) of a group of dogs with
normal food and with the special food. Group 1 is the group that
had the Normal Diet, and Group 2 is the group that had the Special
Diet.
Wt Group
4 1
6 1
5...

Review the SPSS output
file that reports the results of the related samples
t-test to compare the number of U.S. states where each
brand was sold in 2008 with the number of U.S. states where those
same brands were sold in 2012. For each brand, there is one value
for the number of states in 2008 and another value for the number
of states in 2012, making this a repeated measure. Answer the
following questions based on your observations of...

Use the GSS dataset to answer the questions below. All analysis
must be completed using your own GSS data set. Failure to use your
own GSS data set will result in a zero for the question. As above,
you will need to read and interpret the question to determine which
statistical test is appropriate, as well as whether it is a
one-tailed or two-tailed test. Similar to the questions above, you
must: 1. State the null and research hypotheses 2....

PUBH 6033—Week 5 Assignment:
Steps to Hypotheses Testing
Instructions
For this Assignment, review this week’s Learning Resources,
including the 5 step approach to hypothesis testing document. Read
the research scenario, below, and then answer the questions related
to the steps that must be followed to make the appropriate decision
as to reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis.
Submit this Application Assignment by Day
7.
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Research Scenario
Hemoglobin levels (g/dL) from the general population of adult
men form...

Use the GSS dataset to answer the questions below. All analysis
must be completed using your own GSS data set. Failure to use your
own GSS data set will result in a zero for the question. As above,
you will need to read and interpret the question to determine which
statistical test is appropriate, as well as whether it is a
one-tailed or two-tailed test. Similar to the questions above, you
must: 1. State the null and research hypotheses 2....

PUBH 6033—Week 7 Assignment 1
Comparing two means: When drink drove a student to
statistics
(Rubric included)
Instructions
For this assignment, you review this week’s Learning Resources
and then perform a two-sample independent t test and an ANOVA
related to the dataset that was utilized in the week 2 SPSS
application assignment. Import the data into SPSS; or, if you
correctly saved the data file in Week 2, you may open and use that
saved file to complete this...

Use the GSS dataset to answer the questions below. All analysis
must be completed using your own GSS data set. Failure to use your
own GSS data set will result in a zero for the question. As above,
you will need to read and interpret the question to determine which
statistical test is appropriate, as well as whether it is a
one-tailed or two-tailed test. Similar to the questions above, you
must: 1. State the null and research hypotheses 2....

PUBH 6033—Week 7 Assignment 1
Comparing two means: When drink drove a student to
statistics
(Rubric included)
Instructions
For this assignment, you review this week’s Learning Resources
and then perform a two-sample independent t test and an ANOVA
related to the dataset that was utilized in the week 2 SPSS
application assignment. Import the data into SPSS; or, if you
correctly saved the data file in Week 2, you may open and use that
saved file to complete this assignment....

T-tests are used when you want to examine differences but you do
not know everything about the population. There are three types of
t-tests that you may choose to do: one-sample t-test, independent
sample t-test, or dependent sample t-test. You can calculate these
by hand, in SPSS, or in Excel. The instructions below can be used
for SPSS and your textbook offers instructions for using Excel.
Single-sample t-tests
These tests are used when you want to determine the
probability that...

Explain why depression is a hypothetical construct instead of a
concrete variable. Describe how depression might be measured and
defined using an operational definition. TIP: The more details you
provide for the operational definition the better your mark. It
should be your OWN definition not a psychological test used
already. Doing some research on what are clinical indicators for
depression will help you better answer this question.

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