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 2 years ago
1. Is this a true experiment? Why or why not?
2. Examine the description of the BSRI on p. 105 of the article. What scale of measurement does the BSRI appear to represent? Explain.
4. Examine Table III on p. 108. How do you know which means are significantly different from each other? (Hint: superscripts)
 2 years ago
1. Is this a true experiment? Why or why not? 2. Examine the description of the BSRI on p. 105 of the article. What scale of measurement does the BSRI appear to represent? Explain. 4. Examine Table III on p. 108. How do you know which means are significantly different from each other? (Hint: superscripts)

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 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Okay, so this is your assignment. Now what do you think about whether or not this is a true experiment What do you think about what BSRI appears to represent? What do you think about how we know the means are significantly different from each other? The point of OpenStudy is to work with others  to help others understand what they do not, to ask others for help with what you do not understand, and to discuss concepts. The point is not simply to have others do your work for you, or conversely to do the work of others for them. Perhaps this is not what you intended, but because you have posted nothing but your assignment, with no commentary or work of your own, it looks as though you are simply petitioning answers, which is against the Code of Conduct. When you are ready to post this material with your own commentary included, you should post it in the proper group. This is the writing group.
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