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Desperate need of help...I do not understand this course at all!!! My area of psychology is working with kids who have experience extreme trauma in Life resulting in PTSD.

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a.    Develop Research Question to Compare Two Means: In your area of psychology, formulate a research question that can be addressed using an independent samples t-test. Write down your question and why you feel that it is appropriate for an independent samples t-test. What are your two populations?

b.    State Hypotheses: State your null hypothesis and your alternative hypothesis. State your dependent variable, your independent variable, and the two means you plan to compare.

c.     Describe Data: Describe the type of data you would collect. What sample size would you use and what would your data look like?

d.    Predict Results: Would you expect to reject your null hypothesis? Write a conclusion assuming that you do reject the null. What exactly does that tell you about your results?

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Preview: ... ur independent variable, and the two means you plan to compare. Null Hypothesis: There is no difference in an individual's level of hardiness and resistance to stress and trauma based on having either a strong family unit or weak family unit. Alternative Hypothesis: There is a difference in an individual's level of hardiness and resistance to stress and trauma based on having either a strong family unit or weak family unit. The two means that would be compared would be differences in stress level, hardiness level, resistance to stress etc. (use of an inventory with good reliability ...

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