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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.

Answer #1

Answer :- Dr. Flett was interested to see if a negative relationship existed between people's level of perfectionism and self compaction.

**=> No,** The person correlation does not have
any independent variable.

***** Infact bot the variables are dependent.

***** Given the value of one variable, you can
predict the value of the other variable using the correlation
coefficient.

***** Howeven you cannot make any casual inference
form correlational reacher.

***** There is nothing like independent and
dependent variable in correlation.

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.

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