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...psychodynamic theorists who claimed that it brought out psychic contents which were unconscious to individual. Purpose The theory behind projective **test** is that when a person is asked a question, the answer would be socially determined and consciously formulated. As such, they would not reflect the unconscious attitudes of the respondent. The respondent could neither consciously recognize deep seated motivation nor express it verbally as desired by the questioner. Projective **tests** aim at influencing subjects to express their deeper thoughts than those that can be got by asking explicit questions. These **tests** do not have a structure and are intentionally vague so that the odds revealed by...

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...of the population mean. It is used to **test** the null hypothesis against the alternative hypothesis. The **t**-**test** for difference of means is used to **test** the hypothesis that two populations have the same mean. A paired **t**-**test** is usually used when the two **samples** are dependent- this happens when each individual observation of **one** **sample** has a unique relationship with a particular member of the other **sample**. A **t**-**test** for correlation coefficient is used for **testing** an observed **sample** correlation coefficient...

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...of continuous dependent variable and assumption of **one** dependent and **one** independent variable has also been met. In correlation x and y distribution are normally distributed in population **samples**. So, overall all the assumption before **testing** have been fulfilled. ASSESSING NON-PARAMETRIC OR **T** **TESTS** (Part 2) Level of measurement of variable is scale/interval in this study where numeric values have been recorded from the survey results. The survey divided into three instruments with its subscales was constructed on five point Likert scale which is numeric but can be interpreted into ratios and can be continuous too. Besides this level of...

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...Harris Kamran English Literature 14 December 2007 Rhetorical Modes In his book Healing Together: How to Bring Peace into Your Life and the World, Lee Jampolsky deals with the subject of personal problems, sufferings and crisis, how they affect our lives and what is the best way to deal with them in order to gain the most benefits from the troubling situations. There are many rhetorical modes, and each mode has certain reasons to be used in a composition, and hence, produces a certain affect due to which the writer chooses to use that particular mode. It is also common for writers to use a variety of modes, instead of just ...

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...Null Hypothesis: (H0) There is no relationship between level of education and lower income for a working adult. Alternative Hypothesis (HA Lowereducation will result in a lower income for a working adult.
The chosen alpha level is .05. The p-value should be less than .05. P-value is the probability of getting the results if the null were actually true. It is the probability you would be in error if you rejected the null hypothesis. The hypothesis will be rejected or accepted using = .05. If the p-value is less than .05, the normality assumption will be rejected and the **t**-**test** could not be conducted. Otherwise, if the p-value is greater than .05, there is insufficient evidence to suggest the distribution is not normal....

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...Standardized **Tests** The practice of standardized **testing** refers to a **test** administered in a consistent manner. This paves way for carrying out **tests** that revolve around questions, scoring procedures as well as interpretations, which are laid out consistently. Further research on the issue, continues to prove, just how much the **test** results tend to show bias in favor of **one** party, as opposed to the other party.
It is important to note that there exists a flaw. This comes about whereby, there standardized **tests** show some truth, or rather, give results that are relevant to the situation on the ground. Though this could in...

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...is the presentation of results of reliability analysis are presented for all the items used in the questionnaire and for each item used in the questionnaire. The third section presents the results of correlation analysis using graphs where the performance data is graphically presented on their associations. The last section presents the results of hypotheses **tests** using **one**-**sample** **t**-**tests**.
Descriptive Analysis
Table 1 shows the age distribution of the respondents. As shown, the results show that 34% of the respondents were aged 21-25 years, 11% were aged 26-30 years, 13% were aged 31-35 years, 16% were aged 36-40 years, and 28% were aged 41 years or...

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...Module The article under consideration is to find out the significant difference between personal variable and their observations towards the marketing of commercial banks in a district. To find out the significant difference between all these variables, **t**-**test** is the viable option and has been used due to its advantages and uses.
Assessing Non-Parametric or **T** **Tests**
The independent-**samples** **t**-**test** is used in order to compare the means between two unrelated groups on the same continuous, dependent variable (Statistics.laerd.com, 2014). A **t**-**test** is **one** of the most widely...

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...‘population’ (N) in statistics refers to the entire pool from which an investigator obtains a statistical **sample**. For this particular case, the **samples** were collected from the population (total number) of students studying Level 1Business Management at the University, and who took part in an Entrepreneurship Project. Therefore, **one** would say that the inclusion criterion was for students taking Business at level 1 and undertaking the project. Consequently, two different **samples** of unknown means were obtained randomly from this population: those who had studied Business previously (At A-level or equivalent), and those who had not. Generally, **samples** for...

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...will be random, the participants will fulfill two characteristics that include that every individual in the organization will have the opportunity to be selected. Secondly, the manner in which **one** person is selected will be independent of how the other person will be selected (Walsh & Wigens, 2003). The benefit of using a random **sample** is that there is the generalization of the population **one** is interested in the study. In this case the population is of about 1,000 employees and out of the 1,000 100 will be selected to generalize the 1,000 employees. Additionally, the selection method will use simple random **sample** where each individual will be chosen randomly and by...

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