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Tori is examining whether there are gender differences
in whether a juvenile offender is certified as an adult. They
obtained the data from a sample of n =120 boys and n=80
girls.

Certified as an adut

Male offender 90 yes. 30 no

Female offender 70 yes. 10 no

Using this data conduct a 5-step hypothesis test to determine if there are actual gender differences in certification. Show all 5 steps.

Answer #1

We conclude that there are no actual gender differences in certification.

Gender and number words: Chang, Sandhofer, and Brown (2011)
wondered whether mothers used number words more, on average, with
their preschool sons than with their preschool daughters. Each
participating family included one mother and one child—either
female or male. They speculated that early exposure to more number
words might predispose children to like mathematics. They reported
the following: “An independent-samples t test revealed
statistically significant differences in the percentages of overall
numeric speech used when interacting with boys compared with...

To what extent do syntax textbooks, which analyze the structure
of sentences, illustrate gender bias? A study of this question
sampled sentences from 10 texts. One part of the study examined the
use of the words "girl," "boy," "man," and "woman." We will call
the first two words juvenile and the last two adult. Is the
proportion of female references that are juvenile (girl) equal to
the proportion of male references that are juvenile (boy)? Here are
data from one...

Gender and number words: Chang, Sandhofer, and Brown (2011)
wondered whether mothers used number words more, on average, with
their preschool sons than with their preschool daughters. Each
participating family included one mother and one child—either
female or male. They speculated that early exposure to more number
words might predispose children to like mathematics. They reported
the following: “An independent-samples t test revealed
statistically significant differences in the percentages of overall
numeric speech used when interacting with boys compared with...

Exercise 14.2
Presented below are some hypothetical data representing 50
people: (1) gender (M=male, F=female) and (2) whether they attended
church last week (Y=yes, N=no).
In the steps below you will be asked to construct the
appropriate bivariate percentage table showing the relationship
between gender and church attendance and to give your
interpretation of that table.
M-N F-N F-Y M-N
M-Y F-N F-Y F-Y M-N
M-Y
M-Y F-Y M-N M-Y F-Y F-N
M-N M-N F-N F-Y
M-N F-Y M-N...

You are a school psychologist interested in whether a new
educational program, Go4It, improves SAT scores in senior high
school students. After implementing the educational program in an
SAT course at Park High School, you obtain the students’ SAT scores
(n = 10). You want to know whether SAT
scores from your sample of students, who were enrolled in the Go4It
program, are different from the population of SAT scores. You have
access to SAT scores for all senior high...

PUBH 6033—Week 7 Assignment 1
Comparing two means: When drink drove a student to
statistics
(Rubric included)
Instructions
For this assignment, you review this week’s Learning Resources
and then perform a two-sample independent t test and an ANOVA
related to the dataset that was utilized in the week 2 SPSS
application assignment. Import the data into SPSS; or, if you
correctly saved the data file in Week 2, you may open and use that
saved file to complete this assignment....

PUBH 6033—Week 7 Assignment 1
Comparing two means: When drink drove a student to
statistics
(Rubric included)
Instructions
For this assignment, you review this week’s Learning Resources
and then perform a two-sample independent t test and an ANOVA
related to the dataset that was utilized in the week 2 SPSS
application assignment. Import the data into SPSS; or, if you
correctly saved the data file in Week 2, you may open and use that
saved file to complete this...

MALE :Student # Gender Height Shoe Age Hand
1 M 67 10 19 R
2 M 74 12 17 R
3 M 72 11.5 19 R
4 M 69 10 35 R
5 M 66 9 18 R
6 M 71 10.5 17 R
7 M 72 10.5 17 R
8 M 66 10 20 R
9 M 67 10 18 R
10 M 71 10.5 24 R
11 M 66 10 21 R
12 M 71 10.5 18 R...

2. (Lesson 11) The “Year” variable represents whether
each student identified as a first-year student, sophomore, junior,
or senior. Use Minitab Express to conduct a chi-square test to
determine if the proportions of students who identify as each year
are not all equal. Use the five-step hypothesis testing procedure.
[25 points]
Step 1: State hypotheses and check
assumptions
Step 2:Compute the test
statistic
Step 3: Determine the
p-value
Step 4: Make a decision (reject or fail
to reject the null)...

QUESTION 1
? What is the relationship between family dysfunction and
schizophrenia?
a.
?Research has substantiated a link between family dysfunction
and schizophrenia but can't say which causes the other.
b.
?Family dysfunction is a major causative factor for
schizophrenia.
c.
?Research has failed to substantiate a direct causal link
between family dysfunction and schizophrenia.
d.
?Family dysfunction plays a minor role in developing
schizophrenia.
1.00000 points
QUESTION 2
? Chuck has no life plan; he simply lives from...

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