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A Study Comparing the Relationship Between the Amount of Time Spent Watching Television and the Amount of Time Spent Studying Each Week . NAME REMOVED TO PRESERVE ANONIMITY Tarleton State University Introduction With the increasing number of new television programs each week it is presumed that more and more Americans spend most of their free time in front of the television. This can be a problem for college students who have classes that they need to be studying for. This correlational study was over the relationship between the amount of time spent watching television and the amount of time spent studying each week. The population (N=20) was a graduate research class at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. Hypothesis The hypothesis for this study was: The more hours of television viewed each week the less amount of time will be spent studying. Results The results for this study were moderate (r =.451) on Pearson’s Product Moment with variable 11, hours of TV viewed per week and variable 19,
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