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# Statistics Project, Part 3: Comparing Means

## Statistics Project, Part 3: Comparing Means

Statistics Project, Part 3: Comparing Means

As you get closer to the final project in Week 6, you should have a better idea of the role of statistics in research. This week, you calculate your first inferential stats on your data set. You may calculate an independent t-test or a one-way ANOVA for the independent groups. Reading and interpreting the output correctly is highly important. Most people never see the actual output or data; they read the results statements by the researcher, so your summary must be accurate.

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Calculate the independent groups’ t-test or a one-way ANOVA.

Summarize the results of the calculation in 45 to 90 words.

• PSYCH625WK2StatisticsProjectPart1ImportingDataintoIBMSPSSSoftware.doc
• PSYCH625WK3StatisticsProjectPart2DescriptiveStatisticsandHypothesis.doc
• PSYCH625WK2Dataset_Option_1.xls

## Running head: Statistics Project, Part 1: Importing Data into IBM SPSS Software 1

Frequencies Table

The number of males that had no preparation in the test took caffeine. Those who had moderate preparation only three did not take caffeine, which were one from some college, one from associate’s degree and one from bachelor’s degree. Majority of males had moderate preparation were under associates degree and bachelor’s degree and most took caffeine. There is a low number of males who had high preparations and majority of them took caffeine. Majority of females took caffeine and were highly prepared.