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DO NOT CHANGE FONT! QUESTION 1: Workbook task 1 Family conflict * sex Crosstabulation sex Total male female Family conflict low Count 61 84 145 % within sex 48.4% 54.9% 52.0% high Count 65 69 134 % within sex 51.6% 45.1% 48.0% Total Count 126 153 279 % within sex 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% In a sample of 279 participants, there is a relationship between gender and levels of family conflict. A higher percentage of men reported higher levels of family conflict (51.6%) than women (45.1%). The relationship between levels of family conflict and gender were significant ( χ ² (3) = 1.166, p =.280). **needs to be small and below the line???? CREATE HISTOGRAM AND PUT IN APPENDIX
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Question 2: In a sample of 180 participants there was a significant extremely weak linear relationship between self-esteem and levels of depression (r = .250, p<.001). There is a slight tendency for people with higher depression scores to have lower self esteem. With a sample of 180 participants, we can be confident that the sample population reflects the population correlation.
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Question 3 The linear relationship between isolation and depression score was not significant ( r=.137,
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