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Privitera Stats3 9.E.021.
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To demonstrate flavor aversion learning (that is, learning to dislike a flavor that is associate
with becoming sick), researchers gave one group of laboratory rats an injection of lithium
chloride immediately following consumption of saccharin-flavored water. Lithium chloride
makes rats feel sick. A second control group was not made sick after drinking the flavored
water. The next day, both groups were allowed to drink saccharin-flavored water. The amo
consumed (in milliliters) for both groups during this test are given below.
Amount Consumed
Amount Consumed
by Rats That Were
by Control Rats
Made Sick (n = 4)
(n = 4)
1
8
4
13
5
11
3
7
(a) Test whether or not consumption of saccharin-flavored water differed between
groups using a 0.05 level of significance. State the value of the test statistic. (Ro
your answer to three decimal places.)
State the decision to retain or reject the null hypothesis.
O Retain the null hypothesis.
O Reject the null hypothesis.
(b) Compute effect size using eta-squared (n2). (Round your answer to two dec
places.)
You may need to use the appropriate table in Appendix C to answer this question.
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