A psychologist interested in jury decision-making wonders about how male and female jurors view different types of evidence at trials. The psychologist recruits 120 participants (60 males, 60 females) and has them read a trial summary. The trial summary includes: the testimony from an adult witness, testimony from a child witness, and fingerprint evidence. The psychologist then asks the participants to indicate which piece of evidence they find to be most important. The psychologist gathers how many participants choose each type of evidence. The data are as follows:
What type of test is needed to analyze the data?
What is the hypotheses (including the symbols used to state the hypothesis)?
As the data is count data arranged in a two-way cross tabulation, so chi-square test... View the full answer