A psychologist conducts an experiment to assess the effects of wearing high heeled shoes in increasing student’s self-esteem.

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A psychologist conducts an experiment to assess the effects of wearing high heeled shoes in increasing student’s self-esteem. He selects his subjects who have records of low self-esteem at the guidance office and assigned them to two treatment conditions. Fifteen (15) students assigned to groups: 5 of them were instructed to wear 2 inches high heeled shoes while the other 5 were instructed to wear 1 inch high heeled shoes. The remaining 5 were allowed to use flat shoes. Their self-esteem were measured before and after the test. The difference in their Group 1 self-esteem were as follows: 5,4,6,8,5 while Group 2 were the following 1,2,2,1,0 and Group 3 had the following differences: 1,2,2,1,0

14.  What is the Independent Variable?

       a. Wearing High Heeled Shoes       c . Self-esteem 

b. Difference in Self-esteem d. Wearing Low and High Heeled Shoes

15.  What is the Dependent Variable?    

a. Wearing High Heeled Shoes       c . Self-esteem 

b. Difference in Self-esteem d. Wearing Low and High Heeled Shoes

16.  Identify the groups in the dependent variables.  

a. 15 People                    c. Groups of People 

b. 5 People                                  d. 3 Groups of People

17.   What is the Type of Data of the DV?                     

a. Interval Data                 c. Nominal Data

b. Ratio Data                    d. Ordinal Data

18.  What is the level of measurement of the DV?          

a.  Discrete                     c. Both A and B 

b. Continuous                  d. Neither A nor B

20.  What test statistic will be applicable to compute the significance of the variables?

a. ANOVA           c. Z-test

b. T-Test               d. Chi-square or Pearson r

21.   How many control group?

       a. 1 group           c. 3 groups      

b. 2 groups           d. No control Group       

22.  How many experimental group?

a. 1 group           c. 3 groups      

b. 2 groups           d. No Experimental Group

23.  What is the subjects’ design?

a. Within Design              c. Between Design        

b. Within Subject Design    d. Between Subject Design

24.  What is the variations in the group design?

a. Match Group                c. Matching was not indicated

b. Not match Group                       d. Matching is not applicable

25.  What are the mean scores?

a.            X1 = 5.6;X2=1.2; X3= =1.2    c. X1= 5.1;X2=3.2; X3=3.2

b. X1 = 7.6;X2=4.2 ; X3=4.2              d. Mean is not applicable

26.  What is the variance?

a. S1= 19.2; S2= 12.8; S3= 12.8   c. S1=20; S2=16.8;S3=17

b. S1= 9.2; S2= 2.8; S3= 2.8        d. Variance is not applicable

27.  Are the values in the observation variable?

a. Yes with great extent     c. either yes or no         

b. Yes with lesser extent   d. No

 
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