Identifying Statistical Tests in the Literature Worksheet

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Identifying Statistical Tests in the Literature Worksheet
Research in the University Library to find three empirical (those containing data) research articles using one of the analytic methods studied this week (i.e., z test, independent sample t test, repeated measures t test).
Select articles that are of interest to you and include the citations at the end of this document.
Fill out the following tables and answer each question in 1 to 2 sentences.

Title of Article: Workplace stress and associated factors among healthcare professionals working
in public health care facilities in Bahir Dar City, Northwest Ethiopia, 2017

Question
Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
The null hypothesis is implied to be that gender, work shift, illness, marital status, and work are not associated with workplace stress.

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Bonita 2

What was the type of analysis (z test, independent sample t test, repeated measures t test) chosen, and why was it appropriate?
Bonita 3

Title of Article: Internet Risks: An Overview of Victimization in Cyberbullying, Cyber Dating Abuse, Sexting, Online Grooming and Problematic Internet Use

Question
Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Donette 4

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Donette 5

What was the type of analysis (z test, independent sample t test, repeated measures t test) chosen, and why was it appropriate?
Felicia 6

Title of Article: Prevalence and Risk Factors for Early Motherhood Among Low-Income, Maltreated, and Foster Youth

Question
Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Felicia 7

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Shonda 8

What was the type of analysis (z test, independent sample t test, repeated measures t test) chosen, and why was it appropriate?
Shonda 9

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Font, S. A., Cancian, M., & Berger, L. M. (2019). Prevalence and Risk Factors for Early Motherhood
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among Low-Income, Maltreated, and Foster Youth. Demography, 56(1), 261–284. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=shib&db=eoh&AN=1754527&site=eds-live&scope=site
Gebeyehu, S., & Zeleke, B. (2019). Workplace stress and associated factors among healthcare
professionals working in public health care facilities in Bahir Dar City, Northwest Ethiopia, 2017. BMC Research Notes, 12(1), 249. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-019-4277-1
Machimbarrena, J. M., Calvete, E., Fernández-González, L., Álvarez-Bardón, A., Álvarez-Fernández, L.,
& González-Cabrera, J. (2018). Internet Risks: An Overview of Victimization in Cyberbullying, Cyber Dating Abuse, Sexting, Online Grooming and Problematic Internet Use. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health, 15(11). https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph15112471