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14. Were any physiological measurements collected from the subjects for the purpose of this study? a)Yesb)No15. Which of the following best describes the data collection process used in this study?(Select all that apply.)16. Based on the study's data collection methods, if there were more than one data collector, would an estimation of inter-rater reliability be an important concept for the authors to report on for this study? 17. What descriptive statistics are used in this study?(Select all that apply.)
18. Which one of these inferential statistics were used to examine the data obtained from the participants?(Select all that apply.)19. What is the level of significance (alpha level) set at for this study?
20. There are several statistically significant findings in this study. Which statement from the article would be considered a significant result? a)Caregivers reported the lowest level of confidence in caring for themselves (x2 = 5.46, SD = 1.83).b)The average score on the PSS was 18.26 (SD = 7.17), but almost half (43%) of surveyed caregivers in this sample scored 20 or greater on the PSS.c)Forty-three percent of surveyed caregivers reported high levels of perceived stress, and caregivers in this sample indicated the presence of more anxiety and depression than the generalSF12V12 database population.d)Caring for oneself correlated significantly with perceived stress (r = -0.63, p = < .01) and predicted 38% of the variance in PSS scores.