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Statistics Project, Part 5 (4).pptx

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STATISTICS PROJECT, PART 5: PRESENTATION Psych/625 March 19, 2018 Instructor: Mary Farmer
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Introduction Present the variables and data implemented to finish individual assignments for week two, three, and four. How the Data was put into the SPSS system. Give the reports and outcomes of each the analysis. The Descriptive Statistics Implementation of the ANOVA Correlation design The conceptual rundown of the outcomes pertaining to the data.
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Importing data into spss The Data Sets Understanding Data Introducing the Data
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The data (variables summary) Variable Description of Values Gender Sex (1= Male, 2=Female) Age Chronological Age (in years) College College Experience (1=no college, 2=some college, 3=associate's degree, 4=bachelor's degree Caffeine Regular Caffeine Use (1=yes, 2=no) Test Preparation Level of Preparation (1=no preparation, 2=moderate preparation, 3=high preparation) Math Score Scale= 0-100 Reading Score Scale= 0-100 Total Score Scale= 0-200
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Descriptive statistics overview
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