Question

**What is null or research hypothesis of the following
research question: “Which intervention is more effective to
increase the level of social skill self-efficacy: Intervention as
usual, Peer-mentor intervention, or Social-skill-on-the-ground
intervention?”**

Group of answer choices

The social skill self-efficacy level will be all the same among the participants from the three intervention groups

[ Choose ] Research Hypothesis Null Hypothesis

There will be level differences for social skill self-efficacy among the participants from three intervention groups

[ Choose ] Research Hypothesis Null Hypothesis

Answer #1

From the given information,

a. The social skill self-efficacy level will be all the same among the participants from the three intervention groups.

This is null hypothesis.

b. There will be level differences for social skill self-efficacy among the participants from three intervention groups.

This is Research hypothesis.

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