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SPSS Module 7 Assignment-Factorial ANOVAGeneral Instructions:In this assignment, you will be asked to interpret the results from 1 Factorial ANOVA.As withprevious assignments, the Aspelmeier and Pierce text does a wonderful job of explaining how actually run the test inChapter 9. Follow their instructions on how to interpret the results for this assignment. As always I have given you theSPSS output so that you can answer these questions.Factorial ANOVA:The researchers think that age group (older and younger created in Assignment 8) and “house” will interact.Meaningthat the groups of Freshmen who live in the dorms, Freshmen who live in apartments or houses, Freshmen who live withtheir parents, Sophomores who live in the dorms, Sophomores who live in apartments or houses, and Sophomores wholive with their parents will differ on reported levels of Tangible Help with their closest female friends .As we learnedfrom the text and the PPTs, we know these research situations require the use of the Factorial ANOVA.Here is theresearchers’ hypotheses:1.Older and younger females will report different levels of tangible help.2.Females who live in the dorms, females who live in apartments or houses, and females who live with theirparents will report different levels of tangible help.3.Age group and where they live now will interact.Use the SPSS data to make conclusions.OutputBetween-Subjects FactorsValue LabelNWhere do you live1Dorm342Apartment orHouse withPeers or Self343Parents32Younger vs. Older1.00472.0053
Descriptive StatisticsDependent Variable:HelpWhere do you liveYounger vs. OlderMeanStd. DeviationNDormdimension21.0054.927.259242.0057.606.09610Total55.716.95734Apartment or House withPeers or Selfdimension21.0054.785.35792.0055.287.59125Total55.156.99434Parentsdimension21.0054.5714.124142.0057.115.96018Total56.0010.23632

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Term
Winter
Professor
John Felton
Tags
Spss, factorial ANOVA, tangible help