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SPSS Module 6 Assignment-ANOVA General Instructions: In this assignment, we will be examining 2 One-Way ANOVAs and interpreting the results. As with previous assignments, the Aspelmeier and Pierce text does a wonderful job of explaining how to actually run the tests in Chapter 8. Follow their instructions for interpreting the SPSS output results I have given you for this assignment. ANOVA The researchers want to compare the mean rating of Emotional Support of the groups of where students currently live (1=Dorm, 2=Apartment or House with Peers or Alone, 3=Parents). Also, researchers think that the family composition of the house people grow up in will influence the amount of loyalty females will reported with their closest female friends. As we learned from the text and the PPTs, we know these research situations require the use of the ANOVA. Here are the researchers’ hypotheses: 1. The researchers think that students who live at home will report different levels of emotional support from their closest female friends than those students who live either in the dorms or in an apartment or house with peers or alone. 2. The researchers also believe that females will report differing levels of loyalty with their closest female friends based on the family composition of the house in which they grew up. Use the SPSS data to and make conclusions. Part 1—The Analyses 1. For this assignment, we will need to run 2 One Way ANOVA Tests: one comparing levels of where students currently live and one comparing the family composition of the house in which they grew up. Unlike the last assignment, our groups are already formed. 2. We also need to run the Tukey multiple comparison procedures. 3. Additionally, we need to create a graph for each hypothesis. Hypotheses: 1. The researchers think that students who live at home will report different levels of emotional support from their closest female friends than those students who live either in the dorms or in an apartment or house with peers or alone.