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FINDINGS
Overview
The purpose ofthis study was to see if there was a difference between the intelligence of
Oak City Elementary School chess club members and the average intelligence of students (100
lQ) in the United States. The independent variable was chess club members, and the dependent
variable was intelligence as measured by IQ. A One-Sample t—test was used to test the
hypothesis. The Findings section includes the research question, null hypothesis, data screening,
descriptive statistics, and results.
Research Question
RQ: Is there a difference between Oak City Elementary School chess club members and
the average intelligence of students (100 IQ) in the United States?
Null Hypothesis
Ho: There is no significant difference between Oak City Elementary School chess club
members and the average intelligence of students (100 IQ) in the United States.
Data Screening
Data screening was conducted on the dependent variable height of Oak City Elementary
School chess club members. The researcher sorted the data on each variable and scanned for
inconsistencies. No data errors or inconsistencies were identified. A box and whiskers plot was used to detect outliers on the dependent variable. No outliers were identified. See Figure l for box and whisker plots.

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Figure 1. Box and whisker plot. Descriptive Statistics Descriptive statistics were obtained on the dependent variable. The sample consisted of
00 participants. Descriptive statistics can be found in Table 1. Table 1 Descriptive Statistics Minimu Maximu Std.
N m m Mean Deviation . Mam 15 50.00 85.00 75.2000 8.11700
Valid N 15
Ii '39 Assumption Testing Assumption of Normality The One-Sample t—test requires that the assumption of normality be met. Normality was
examined using Shapiro-Wilks/Kolmogorov—Smirnov because the sample size was less than 50 participants. The assumption of normality was met/not met. See Table 2 for Tests of Normality.

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Table 2
Tests of Normality
Kolmogorov-Smirnova
Shapiro-Wilk
Statistic
df
Sig.
Statistic
df
Sig.
vallic
151
30
080
828
30
000
a. Lilliefors Significance Correction
Results
A One Samples t-test was conducted to see if there was a difference between Oak City
Elementary School chess club members and the average intelligence of students (100 IQ) in the
United States. The independent variable was chess club members. The researcher
rejected/failed to reject the null hypothesis at the 95% confidence level where t(00) = 00, p =
000. Eta square equaled (n2 = .000). The effect size was very large/large/medium/small. Eta
square was calculated using the formula n' = 1/(12 + df). There was/was not a statistical
difference between Oak City Elementary School chess club members (M = 00, SD = 00) and the
average intelligence of students (100 IQ) in the United States. See Table 4 for One Sample t-test
results.
Table 4
One Sample t-test
DELETE
Test Value = 50
95% Confidence Interval
Sig. (2-
Mean
of the Difference
df
tailed)
Difference
Lower
Upper
Name
3.054
29
005
7.367
2.43
12.30

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Write-Up: One-Sample t-test Instructions and Template
Username: Name
Instructions: For this graded assignment, you will complete the write-up below after completing
the corresponding tutorial to this assignment. You will delete figures and tables where
appropriate and then insert correct figures and tables. Also delete and then insert correct answers
where there is RED text.
To begin, cut and paste the data set below into SPSS (or you can type in the data manually). Do
not copy the header row when you paste into SPSS. Before carrying out the analysis in SPSS,
you need to set up your data file correctly using the "Variable View" tab.
Scenario: The purpose of this study was to see if there was a difference between the intelligence
of Oak City Elementary School chess club members and the average intelligence of students
(100 IQ) in the United States.
Code
Name
IQ
1
Larry
112
2
Logan
113
13
Daniel
120
14
Sofia
112
5
Jimmy
110
6
George
111
7
Noal
114
8
Joy
115
9
Evelyn
113
10
Sally
114
11
Amelia
121
12
Mary
115
13
Ethan
116
14
Dylan
111
15
James
112

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