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Psyc350 Project Proposal: Variables, RH: & Analyses
Name Keeley Warren
Note: Any qualitative variable with 3 or more groups must be selected and/or recoded into 2 groups Based from the Interpersonal Relationships Questionaire:
Core variable Interpersonal Trust. (Based on a single scale score. Higher score represents a higher level of trust) Quantitative 2- groups 3+ groups  2-groups
Variable #1 The type of family in which you were raised Quantitative 2- groups 3+ groups  2-groups Variable #2 Are you currently in a relationship Quantitative 2- groups 3+ groups  2-groups Variable #3 How many times did you move as a child? Quantitative 2- groups 3+ groups  2-groups Variable #4 How many close friends do you currently have? Quantitative 2- groups 3+ groups  2-groups Var#5 bonus GenderQuantitative 2- groups 3+ groups  2- Var#6 bonus How long was your current or last relationship? Months___ Quantitative 2- groups 3+ groups  2-groups

RH#1: Relationship between Core variable and Variable #1 Statistic you’ll use 2BG ANOVA 2WG ANOVA r 2x2 X² State RH: (using appropriate terms for the statistic you’ll be using) RH: Participants who are in the two parent group for family type will have the highest interpersonal trust scores; participants who are in the foster group will have the lowest average mean scores on th trust scale; Participants who are in the one parent or step parent groups will have a mean score that is somewhere in between the two parent group and the foster parent group, with the one parent group having a slightly higher mean score on the interpersonal trust scale. Family type is the qualitative variable and the level of interpersonal trust is the quantitative variable.

RH#2: Relationship between Core variable and Variable #2Statistic you’ll use 2BG ANOVA 2WG ANOVA r...
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