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Week 7 assignment - 72. Write a null hypothesis (in words...

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72. Write a null hypothesis (in words and symbols) that could be tested using a single- sample t test. What is the H N = There is no difference between the scores in the block 1 grade and block 2 grade H N = B 1 =B 2 alternative hypothesis (in words and symbols)? H O = B 1 <B 2 H O = Block 2 scores are higher than block 1 scores 73. How do you run a single-sample t test in SPSS? 1. Click on ANALYZE. 2. Click on COMPARE MEANS. 3. Click on ONE SAMPLE T-TEST (Figure 4.1). 4. A new window will appear (Figure 4.4). The Test-Variable window is where you place the variable you wish to look at. The Test-Value is where you place the value you wish to compare the mean of the Test-Variable to. 5. Click OK. 6. An Output Window will appear (See Figure 4.5). You will see two output tables: the first table contains descriptive statistics: Mean, N, and Standard Deviation; The lower table contains the information from the statistical test including all variables selected, t-value (which is used to make decisions about significance
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course PSY 293 taught by Professor Dr.hall during the Spring '09 term at Miami University.

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