Lab on Sensory Perception

Lab on Sensory Perception - Hypothesis: If the sensory...

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Hypothesis : If the sensory perception of hearing is faster than the sensory perception of sight, then the reaction time for sound will be quicker than the reaction time for light. Student # Light Sound 1 0.2006 0.1901 2 0.2295 0.1739 3 0.2248 0.2035 4 0.2292 0.1961 5 0.2615 0.1675 6 0.1953 0.183 7 0.2564 0.2016 8 0.2736 0.1698 9 0.377 0.175 10 0.2484 0.187 11 0.242 0.213 12 0.1619 0.1907 13 0.1832 0.1882 14 0.222 0.189 15 0.2166 0.2012 16 0.211 0.149 17 0.225 0.186 18 0.239 0.212 19 0.279 0.249 20 0.224 0.224 t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances   Light Sound Mean 0.235 0.19248 Variance 0.001960712 0.000482352 Observations 20 20 Pooled Variance 0.001221532 Hypothesized Mean Difference 0 df 38 t Stat 3.84716533 P(T<=t) one-tail 0.000221586 t Critical one-tail 1.685954461 P(T<=t) two-tail 0.000443172 t Critical two-tail 2.024394147  
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T-Test Results When a t-test assuming equal variances was run, the test returned a P Value of .0002. This suggests that our data is significant because it is below the significance level of .05.
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