Question

The assumptions for an independent ANOVA are the same as those
for an independent *t* test. Match the following statistical
assumptions to the facts that suggest each assumption is met.

- _____ Independence of data
- _____ Appropriate IV and the DV measurement
- _____ Homogeneity of variance
- _____ Normality

- The three different conditions are defined and reading times are measured on a ratio scale.
- The reading times collected from each family do not affect the times collected from other families.
- The reading times from each group are likely to form a normal distribution.
- The
*SD*s from each group are similar.

Answer #1

From the given information,

The correct answers are,

a. The three different conditions are defined and reading times are measured on a ratio scale.

Ans- Appropriate IV and the DV measurement.

b. The reading times collected from each family do not affect the times collected from other families.

Ans- Independence of data

c. The reading times from each group are likely to form a normal distribution.

Ans- Normality

d. The SDs from each group are similar.

Ans- Homogeneity of variance.

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