HDP 191 RP#6

# HDP 191 RP#6 - be included. For example (all numbers are...

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Instances Forms of Play Gender Instances Type of Social Interaction Gender Duong, Xuan 1 HDP 191 RP#6 Plan for Data Analysis Specific Goal/ Hypothesis : Show that preschool children (3-4 years old) boys and girls have different types of play preference. These play preferences are divided into two factors: the Form of Play (4 types) and the Type of Social Interaction (solitary or group-play). For Quantitative Data : Will be using 2 - Independent (unpaired or between- participants) ANOVA’s. One for Forms of Play and one for Type of Social Interaction. Forms of Play: For the Results section, I think having a table of the data is necessary. The table will be a 2 (Gender) by 4 (Form of Play), and the means of each category will

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Unformatted text preview: be included. For example (all numbers are made-up): Exercise Rough and Tumble Pretend Other (Mean) Female 36 12 42 30 (30) Male 45 18 24 18 (26.25) (Mean) (40.5) (30) (33) (24) And I believe this would best be shown with a bar graph. Type of Social Interaction : For the Results section, I would like to use a similar table, but with a 2 (Gender) by 2 (Type of Social Interaction) table. And this would be best displayed with a line graph. For example: Duong, Xuan 2 For the analysis, I will be looking at a main effect of gender, main effect of social interaction, main effect of form of play, and interaction between gender and social interaction, and interaction between gender and form of play....
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## This note was uploaded on 03/04/2010 for the course HDP 191 taught by Professor Winter during the Winter '09 term at UCSD.

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