0113 in probability table 4 below age accounts for

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increase of 0.0113 in probability (Table 4 below). Age accounts for 0.24% of the total variance in determining whether or not the student got the correct answer. Holding age constant, there is a 0.8683 probability that the student will get the correct answer in the survey after the program (Table 5 below). Age accounts for .01% of the total variance in determining whether or not the student got the correct answer. With every year of age there is an expected increase of 0.0184 in probability (Table 5 below). Since the p-value is greater than the alpha level, we failed to reject the null hypothesis for both the pre and post surveys. Therefore, there is not enough evidence to conclude that age is a factor in whether or not the student had an increased understanding of alcohol and other drugs as risk factors for sexual violence. This can also be seen in the tables below. Table 4: Regression estimates for age on pre-question 22 (N=672) Variable B SE P Age 0.0013 0.0089 0.210 Constant 0.7199 0.1214 0.00 Table 5: Regression estimates for age on post-question 22 (N=672) Variable B SE P Age 0.0184 0.0082 0.822 Constant 0.8683 0.1101 0.00 Increased understanding of gaining consent Within the survey there were three questions, which related to the gaining of consent for sexual activity. From the pre-program test it appeared that understanding of consent was widely known by most students with those in the 15-18 age grouping having more correct responses than those in the in the 11-14 group. Further analysis showed a linear correlation between age and a higher probability of getting the correct answer, however this correlation is not statistically significant and it appears age is not an important factor in students understanding of consent. To test this we measured how many students changed their answer from the incorrect to correct answer between taking the test, we then ran a regression analysis to see if there is a correlation between age and changing to the correct answer due to what is learned in the program The first true/ false question regarding consent asked, “If you consent to have sex with someone, you have the right to stop at any time? While the majority of respondents answered correctly with true prior to the program, after the program there was no change in the number of correct answers for 11-14 year olds and a 75% increase in the number of students responding false in the 15-18 age level, though this is negligible as it is only three additional students. If taken with non-responses and false combined the change of incorrect answers drops by 45.24% compared to before the test for 11-14 year olds, it also
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drops to no change from pre to post program for 15-18 year olds. Then running a regression analysis of age on the change in correct answers we find that as students get older they become more likely to switch to the correct answer after the program.
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