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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Okay, 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?
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