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Results: To look at the differences between chronic sleep deprived college students and non sleep deprived students over a 48 hour sleep deprivation in regards to the executive functioning and memory recall, eight separate two-way ANOVA were performed. This was a between subject test. One between the non sleep deprived or 7-8 hour sleep group that was subject to 48 hour sleep deprivation and the 7-8 hour sleep group that received no sleep deprivation; one between the two sleep deprived less than 6 hours of sleep groups, the 48 hour sleep deprived and the non sleep deprived; one between the two groups subject to 48 hour sleep deprivation, the 6 hour and 7-8 hour group; and one between the non sleep deprived groups the 6 hour and 7-8 hour group. Those were tested for both memory recall and executive functioning. In order to test for the null hypothesis, the P value was set at <0.05. When the analysis test were performed, the null hypothesis was accepted for the less than 6 hour group who received 48 hour sleep deprivation and the 7-8 hour group that received no
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course CHEM 2211 taught by Professor Hubbard during the Fall '07 term at UGA.

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