Analyze data in statistical procedure , Basic Statistics

Study A                                      Study B                       Study C

x2 = 1.683                    F = 7.357                    r = .83

df = 4                          df = 3/203                   df = 98

p > .05                         p < .05                       p < .01

1.  What statistical procedure was used to analyze data in study B?

2.  How many groups were compared in study B?

3.  How many subjects were enrolled in Study C?

4.  Which study demonstrated the greatest level of statistical significance?

5.  In which study is the likelihood of Type I error greatest?

 

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