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  • Descriptive Statistics And Frequency Analysis

    Before proceeding with any statistical procedures, I conducted a preliminary analysis using descriptive statistics and frequency analysis. Both were used to assess the characteristics of the data, check for violations of assumptions underlying the statistical techniques, as well as address research specific data requirements (Pallant, 2013). Using frequency analysis, I checked the minimum, maximum, and range of the categorical variables to identify errors and address the same. Additionally, I…

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  • Bivaute Test: What Is The Central Independent Variable?

    However it should be noted that the variable for internal efficacy is skewed heavily to the lower end, and additional categories had sample sizes that were quite small. Thus far, there does not seem to be any statistical support for either hypotheses. Multivariate…

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  • The KAP Nutrition Education Program

    I. Introduction A special program was designed to improve knowledge, attitudes, and practice (KAP) regarding nutrition. The control group was comprised of a sample of 10 males who received the standard nutrition education program. The experimental group consisted of a sample of 10 males who received the KAP nutrition education program. For each program, the participants received 45 minutes of instruction twice a week for 15 weeks. All participants completed a pre-test and post-test to assess…

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  • Internalized Racism In The Music Industry

    Introduction In the music industry, there will always be a difference between artists; whether we realize it or not. One obvious difference is race. We as human beings have come so far in the battle against racism and have left that chapter behind us. However, small traces of racism still live today inside of most people (internalized racism). One example of how internalized racism lives on is through the music industry. For this investigation, I wanted to see the differences in success of an…

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  • What Is The Difference Between A Randomized ANOVA And A Repeated Measures Anova Case Study

    1. Jackson, even-numbered Chapter Exercises, pp. 308-310. 2. What is the difference between a randomized ANOVA and a repeated measures ANOVA? What does the term one-way mean with respect to an ANOVA? According to Jackson (2012), a randomized ANOVA is an analysis of variance conducted on data where the participants are randomly assigned to conditions in a between-subjects design (Jackson, 2012, p. 286). A repeated measures ANOVA is an analysis of variance conducted on data where the participants…

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  • Race And Traffic Violation

    Method Participants 290 people (84 men 206 women) Ages 18-85 were are asked to complete an online survey. There were 27 black, 23 Hispanic, 213 white, and 23 that identified as other or more than one race. Materials In this study the script (see appendix A) was used as well. It’s asking that the subject participate in the study by filling out the survey. The script also states that the researcher will not be able to see the results, how long the study will take and if they decide not to…

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  • At Risk Prevention Study

    help them. There should be a realistic number of participants, such as 50 students, that should be used as subjects. This should be tasked randomly to the student so there would not be any bias. If there was a fewer number of students then the statistical…

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  • Disequilibrium: Therapeutic Analysis

    provinces, hospitalized at the time of study, pregnant females and any patient and control who had any inflammation situation were excluded. Also, patients and controls were matched by age, gender and time of blood sampling. 3.2 Gene expression Statistical analysis of Ct (Cycle threshold) and ΔCt values revealed that a significant difference between the expression of SOCS1 gene in MS patients versus healthy controls (p=0.0001). Using 2-ΔΔCt method, our results revealed that the expression…

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  • Urban Trees Case Study

    Urban trees provide a wide range of environmental, ecological, social, cultural and economic benefits. However, as natural objects, they are constantly under stress, and living in an unnatural habitat, which will primarily affect the tree crown. In this study, the Diameter at Breast Height (DBH), Crown Live Ratio (LCR), Crown Dieback (CDBK), Crown Transparency (CT), and Crown Chlorosis (CC) of trees at University of Toronto – St. George campus were assessed by field measurements and Google…

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  • Stephanie Wilson Stress Management

    Introduction It may be surprising too many but the different effects that physical activities have on stress management in college freshmen has become a controversial topic in many universities over the past years. In the journal article “The Effect of Physical Activity on the Stress Management, Interpersonal Relationships, and Alcohol Consumption Of College Freshmen,” Simone Wilson, skillfully presents her findings in three sections. She presents her first section by briefly sharing the…

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