1 - r (66) = .635, p < .001. Another option: The higher...

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EXAMPLES OF HOW TO REPORT RESULTS [from class] Reporting T-Tests: Older children ( M = 3.00, SD = 1.83) had a higher peer play level than younger children ( M = 1.85, SD = 1.33), t (66) = -2.955, p = .004. Another option: The level of play for older children ( M = , SD = ) was higher than for younger children ( M = , SD = ), t (66) = -2.955, p = .004. Statistic Format: t (df) = [t value], p = [sig value] Reporting Correlations: The more frequently a child initiated social interaction, the more frequent the child terminated social interaction,
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Unformatted text preview: r (66) = .635, p < .001. Another option: The higher the initiation levels, the higher the termination levels, r (66) = .635, p < .001. Another option: Higher initiation was associated with more frequent termination, r (66) = .635, p < .001. Another option: Frequency of negative affect was not significantly correlated with the number of terminations, p > .05. Statistic Format: r (df) = [r value], p = [sig level] r (66) = .635, p = .000 p < .001...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course 090 250 taught by Professor Jamesreed during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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