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What are the consequences of failing to meet the assumptions of a parametric testwhen performing research?
Question 9Correct!2 / 2 ptsSkip to question text.Unnithan, Houser, and Fernhall (2006) were interested in whether playing thegame Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) affected the heart rate of overweightadolescents differently than it affected nonoverweight adolescents. Twenty-twoadolescents, 10 classified as overweight and 12 as not overweight, played DDR for12 minutes, while the researchers measured each participant's heart rate. Onaverage, the researchers found no difference between the heart rate of the twogroups. Which of the following statements is the research hypothesis for thisstudy?
Question 10Incorrect0 / 2 ptsWhat are the consequences of succeeding in meeting all theassumptions of a parametric test when performing research?
<br>What are the consequences of succeeding in meeting all the assumptions of aparametric test when performing research?
Score for this attempt:16out of 20Submitted Oct 1 at 10:46amThis attempt took 12 minutes.Question 1Incorrect0 / 2 ptsWe calculate a statistical power and find that it is .93. Thismeans that if the null hypothesis is ________, we have a________% chance of rejecting the null hypothesis.<br>We calculate a statistical power and find that it is .93. This means that if the nullhypothesis is ________, we have a ________% chance of rejecting the nullhypothesis.
Question 2Correct!2 / 2 ptsStatistical convention for the minimal acceptable poweris:<br>Statistical convention for the minimal acceptable power is:
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The larger the effect size, the:<br>
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