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7. Report Effect Size (if known)
Older and younger females will report different levels of tangible help. A Factorial ANOVA was used to test the hypothesis leading to the retention of the null hypothesis, indicating not a significant difference between the means F (5, 94)=1.372, p >.05.Turkey HSD test revealed that Younger ( M=54.75, SD=8.91 ) were higher than Older ( M= 56.66, SD=6.549 ). Females who live in the dorms, females who live in apartments or houses, and females who live with their parents will report different levels of tangible help. A Factorial ANOVA was used to test the hypothesis leading to the retention of the null hypothesis, indicating not a significant difference between the means F (5, 94)=1.372, p >.05.Turkey HSD test revealed that Dorms ( M=56.07, SD=6.77) were more helpful than Apartment or House with Peers or Self ( M=55.07, SD=6.647) and Parents ( M=55.893, SD=10.10). Also, Parents seemed to have significantly higher variation in standard deviation. Age group and where they live now will interact. A Factorial ANOVA was used to test the hypothesis leading to the retention of the null hypothesis, indicating F (99)= 1.372, p >.05. Turkey HSD test indicates Younger living in Dorm (M=54.92, SD= 7.259) Younger living in Apartment or House (M=54.78, SD=5.357) Young living with Parents (M=54.57, SD=14.124 ). and Older living in Dorm (M=57.60, SD=6.096), Older living in Apartment or House (M=55.28, SD=7.591), and Old living with Parents (M=57.11, SD=5.960). Also, younger and older indicate significant interaction differences.

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