Question

for
the following study, choose the right statistical test, justify it,
and write the results.

dr. Flett was interested to see if a negative relationship
existed between people’s level of perfectionism and self
compassion. a random sample of 102 people completed a questionnaire
and also a self-compassion questionnaire.

Answer #1

The study is Dr. Flett was interested to see if a negative relationship existed between people’s level of perfectionism and self compassion. a random sample of 102 people completed a questionnaire and also a self-compassion questionnaire.

Claim: There is a negative relationship existed between people’s level of perfectionism and self compassion.

The null and alternative hypothesis is

**Here we have to use the hypothesis testing for a
population correlation coefficient .**

How to do a JASP analysis on this?
Question :Dr. Flett was interested to see if a negative
relationship existed between
people’s level of perfectionism and self-compassion. A random
sample of 102 people
completed a perfectionism questionnaire and also a self-compassion
questionnaire.

for
the following study, choose the right statistical test, justify it,
and write the results.
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reasons), and socially prescribed perfectionism showed positive
correlations with controlled reasons (introjected reasons and
extrinsic reasons). Whereas self-oriented perfectionism also showed
a positive bivariate correlation with introjected reasons, this
correlation became non-significant when partial correlations were
regarded and the overlap between self-oriented and socially
prescribed perfectionism was controlled for (see Table 2).
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a.
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b.
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hand-calculating, always use TWO decimal places so that deductions
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