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    I have to study correlated research. The title of the research study is Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life after Stroke. I need help with correlating self-efficacy and Quality of Life after Stroke with three variables. The variables are age, education level, and employment status. I also need help with forming research questions and null also alternate Hypotheses to show the relationship of each variable, in doing so please help me to define variables and tell which variables will be the Dependent and Independent variables.

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    Dependent Variables:
    Self-Efficacy
    Quality of Life

    Independent Variables:
    Age
    Education level
    Employment status

    The research questions are:
    Do age, education level, and employment status (the independent variables) affect Self-efficacy and Quality of life (the dependent variables)?

    Break each one out:

    1) Does Age affect Self-efficacy?

    Ho (Null Hypothesis) = Age DOES NOT affect Post Stroke Self-efficacy
    H1 (Alternate hypothesis) = Age DOES affect Post Stroke Self-efficacy

    So by rejecting the Ho, it proves the H1 is true.

    2) Does Age affect Quality of life?

    Ho (Null Hypothesis) = Age DOES NOT affect Post Stroke Quality of life
    H1 (Alternate hypothesis) = Age DOES affect Post Stroke Quality of life

    So by rejecting the Ho, it proves the H1 is true.

    3) Does Education level affect Self-efficacy?

    Ho (Null Hypothesis) = Education level DOES NOT affect Post Stroke Self-efficacy
    H1 (Alternate hypothesis) = Education level DOES affect Post Stroke Self-efficacy

    So by rejecting the Ho, it proves the H1 is true.

    4) Does Education level affect Quality of life?

    Ho (Null Hypothesis) = Education level DOES NOT affect Post Stroke Quality of life
    H1 (Alternate hypothesis) = Education level DOES affect Post Stroke Quality of life

    So by rejecting the Ho, it proves the H1 is true.

    5) Does Employment status affect Self-efficacy?

    Ho (Null Hypothesis) = Employment status DOES NOT affect Post Stroke Self-efficacy
    H1 (Alternate hypothesis) = Employment status DOES affect Post Stroke Self-efficacy

    So by rejecting the Ho, it proves the H1 is true.

    6) Does Employment status affect Quality of life?

    Ho (Null Hypothesis) = Employment status DOES NOT affect Post Stroke Quality of life
    H1 (Alternate hypothesis) = Employment status DOES affect Post Stroke Quality of life

    So by rejecting the Ho, it proves the H1 is true.

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