In the following study, participants were randomly assigned to receive humanistic therapy, psychodynamic therapy, or behavioral therapy for their depression. Six months after therapy ended, participants levels of depression were rated on a Likert scale from 1 not all depressed to 15 extremely depressed. What can you tell me about this need help in this chart? Please see attachment.
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2. This study is an independent groups design. How do you know?
3. How could you change this experiment to be a repeated measures design?
4. How could you change this experiment to be a matched sets design?
5. Is this a true experiment or an ex post facto study? How do you know?
6. What is the independent variable in this study?
7. What is the dependent variable in this study?
8. What is the scale of measurement for the dependent variable?
9. What kind of statistical analysis was conducted?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 8:31 pm ad1c9bdddf
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Research design and statistics: Stating hypotheses, testing hypotheses, and designing a study.
I am doing a paper investigating whether a combination of behavioral therapy and medication is more successful in treating depression patients than medication alone. I need help in putting this paper together along with some references. I also need to address these questions:
1. Describe your selected research issue, problem, or opportunity.
2. Formulate both a numerical and verbal hypothesis statement concerning your selected research issue, problem, or opportunity.
3. Explain how the five steps of hypothesis testing may be used to evaluate solutions for your selected research issue, problem, or opportunity.View Full Posting Details