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Relationship between Extraversion and Number of Siblings

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A personality psychologist conducts a study to examine the relationship between extraversion and the number of siblings in a household. She selects male and female participants who had no siblings who had no siblings, one sibling, two siblings, and three siblings in the household while growing up and gives participants a survey that assesses extraversion.
Name the following:
Independent variable
Levels of the independent variable
Dependent variable

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This solution explains the independent and dependent variables as well as the levels of independent variables for the attached study.

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you have asked for the Independent and Dependent variables as well as the levels of Independent variables for the above study.

An Independent Variable is a variable that is manipulated by an experimenter. In the above study, the variable that is being manipulated is the number of siblings each participant ...

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