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Statistics: One-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) using SPSS

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Can someone help me to condense the statistical results of the attached "One-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) done by the SPSS program? The test looks at: Are there any Ethnic difference in level of education.

Also, can you help me with answering the following?
1. State the statistical assumptions of this test.
2. Select an independent variable with three or more levels and a dependent variable.
3. Develop null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis for main effects.
4. Report on the p value and the confidence interval.
5. Interpret the confidence interval.
6. Decide whether to reject or retain the null hypothesis based on main effects and/or post-hoc statistical tests.
7. Based on your SPSS analysis, report the results using correct APA format. Include results for post hoc tests where appropriate. Your report should include the following:
a) SPSS syntax and output files
b) ANOVA table

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Your tutorial is 373 words plus an ANOVA table, a Tukey post hoc analysis table and a reference on the assumptions of ANOVA. The SPSS output file is also attached.

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ANOVA Analysis Of College Student's Age Survey

Hi Martin!

Ok, this little project is dealing with ANOVA tests. I have some data that I have collected from a range of students at freshman to senior levels, and need the ANOVA tests and interpretation results for them. Here are the exact instructions:

1). You are required to visit a local college , find out the age group of particpants who are freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. You need to find the age of 10 participants across each level.

2). Compute a one way ANOVA to determine whether there are significant age differences across years in college (freshman, sophomores, juniors, an seniors). Report your results in the APA format and write a short interpretation.

3). Save the SPSS output, and name it PSY2008_W7_A1_Lastname_Firstinital.spv.

Write interpretation in a Word dox, name the document : SU_PSY2008_W7_A1_Lastname_Firstinitial_.dox.

Martin:
Here is my data I collected from Edison Community College, Ft. Myers, FL
Freshman: 7- 18 y/o; 1 - 20 y/o; 1- 25 y/o; 1- 66 y/o
Sophomore: 2 - 19 y/o; 2 - 26 y/o; 2 - 27 y/o; 3 - 39 y/o; 1 - 52 y/o
Junior: 1 - 21 y/o; 3 - 24 y/o; 2 - 35 y/o; 1 - 42 y/o; 1 - 44 y/o; 2 - 48 y/o
Senior: 4 - 22 y/o; 2 - 24 y/o; 3 - 29 y/o; 1 - 33 y/o.

Thanks so much. If any questions, do not hesitate to contact me! Thank you!

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