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Questions 7 to 13 are based on the following problem A researcher used a sample of n =16 adults between the ages of 40 and 45. For each person, the researcher recorded the difference between the ratings obtained while smiling and the rating obtained while frowning. On average the cartoons were rated as funnier when the participants were smiling, with an average difference of MD = 1.6, with SS = 135. Are the cartoons rated as significantly funnier when the participants are smiling ? Use a one-tailed test with α = .05. The null hypothesis in words is: Group of answer choices There is no significant difference between the two conditions: smiling and frowning There is a significant difference between the two conditions: smiling and frowning The cartoons were not rated as significantly funnier when the participants were smiling than when the participants were frowning. The cartoons were rated as significantly funnier when the participants were smiling than when the participants were frowning. The alternative hypothesis in symbols is: Group of answer choices H1: µ1= µ2 H1: µ1> µ2 H1: µD= 0 H1: µD≠ 0 H1: µD> 0 H1: MD = 1.6 H1: MD ≠ 1.6 H1: µD≤ 0 The critical t-value is Note: Include all the numbers after the decimal point. The t-statistic is Your decision is Group of answer choices Reject the null hypothesis because the t-statistic is greater than the critical t-value Reject the null hypothesis because the t-statistic is not greater than the critical t-value Fail to reject the null hypothesis because the t-statistic is greater than the critical t-value Fail to reject the null hypothesis because the t-statistic is not greater than the critical t-value Compute r2 to measure the size of the treatment effect. r2 is Report the results in APA. Include r2 as a measure of the effect size.

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1a)
A researcher used a sample of n =16 adults
between the ages of 40 and 45. For each person, the researcher
recorded the difference between the ratings obtained while smiling
and the rating obtained while frowning. On average the cartoons
were rated as funnier when the participants were smiling, with an
average difference of MD = 1.6, with
SS = 135.
Are the cartoons rated as significantly funnier when the
participants are smiling ? Use a one-tailed test with...

1.a)A researcher obtains a sample of n= 25 adults who
are between the ages of 65 and 75. The researcher measures
cognitive performance for each individual before and after a
two-month program in which participants receive daily doses of a
blueberry supplement. The results show an average increase in
performance of MD= 8, with SS = 1200.
Does the result support the conclusion that the blueberry
supplement significantly increase cognitive performance? Use a
one-tailed test with α = .01
The...

A researcher obtains a sample of n= 16 adults who are between
the ages of 65 and 75. The researcher measures cognitive
performance for each individual before and after a two-month
program in which participants receive daily doses of a blueberry
supplement. The results show an average increase in performance of
MD= 7.4, with SS = 1215. Does the result support the conclusion
that the blueberry supplement significantly increase cognitive
performance? Use a one-tailed test with α = .05
(A)...

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college students. Each student is given herbal supplements daily
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pieces of information with steps.
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A statistics teacher wants to assess whether her remedial
tutoring has been effective for her 16 students (n = 16). To
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A researcher used an independent sample t test to compare two
treatment conditions. He wanted to test whether there is a
significant difference between two treatments. Following data were
obtained:
Treatment one group: # of participants = 12, sample mean = 55,
sample standard dev (s) = 2.83
Treatment two group: # of participants = 12, sample mean = 52,
sample standard dev (s) = 2.00
Use 5% significance level.
Assume µ1
and µ2 are the population means for group one
and...

A researcher used an independent sample t test to
compare two treatment conditions. He wanted to test whether there
is a significant difference between two treatments. Following data
were obtained:
Treatment one group: # of participants = 12, sample
mean = 55, sample standard dev (s) = 2.83
Treatment two group: # of participants = 12, sample
mean = 52, sample standard dev (s) = 2.00
Use 5% significance level. Assume µ1
and µ2 are the population means for group...

The following two samples were collected as matched pairs.
Complete parts? (a) through? (d) below. Pair 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sample 1
4 5 8 5 7 6 7 Sample 2 5 3 4 3 4 5 4 a. State the null and
alternative hypotheses to test if a difference in means exists
between the populations represented by Samples 1 and 2. Let mud be
the population mean of? matched-pair differences for Sample 1 minus
Sample 2....

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