Please list the variable(s) that reached significance in Table 2 and the corresponding p value(s) for each variable that reached significance

Paper details

1.      Review the DeGrazia et al., (2015) article (posted on Canvas), to answer the following questions:

 

a.      The authors set the alpha or significance (p-value) level at .05 or less in this study (see method section for this information) Please list the variable(s) that reached significance in Table 1 and the corresponding p value (10 points)

 

b.      Please list the variable(s) that reached significance in Table 2 and the corresponding p value(s) for each variable that reached significance. (10 points)

 

c.       Please list the variable(s) that reached significance in Table 3 and the corresponding p value(s) for each variable that reached significance. (10 points

 

Answer

 

   Review the DeGrazia et al., (2015) article (posted on Canvas), to answer the following questions:

  1. The authors set the alpha or significance (p-value) level at .05 or less in this study (see method section for this information) Please list the variable(s) that reached significance in Table 1and the corresponding p value (10 points)

No variable reached significance; all p-values were higher than 0.05 thus not significant, as shown in table 1 below (see highlighted values).

 

  1. Please list the variable(s) that reached significance in Table 2 and the corresponding pvalue(s) for each variable that reached significance. (10 points)

Cranial Index or Cranial Symmetry Abnormality, p value = 0.03, which is less than .05 hence significant. Table 2 is shown below.

  1. Please list the variable(s) that reached significance in Table 3and the corresponding p value(s) for each variable that reached significance. (10 points)

Length of study participation <40 days; p value = 0.04 which is less than 0.05, thus significant. Table 3 is shown below.

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