Steroids and Behavior

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Steroids and Behavior

In this assignment, you will be provided a fictitious study.

*Look at the STUDY ATTACHED*

  • Enter the data from the given study into Minitab.
  • Look at the variable values and read the descriptions of the variables. Which values appear to be unrealistic?
  • Note: You must change the variable names to eight characters or less. Do these values have anything in common?
  • Use Minitab to obtain the descriptive statistics.
    • Save the Minitab data sheet to a file and submit it with the final document. Eliminate the unrealistic values from the analysis by deleting the data for those values and use an asterisk (*) for missing variables.
    • Why do you think these values are unrealistic?
    • Run the descriptive statistics again and then write a statement on what the eliminated values had in common. Would it be acceptable to eliminate these values from the study you would like to publish? Include the two results files and your comments about what the values had in common and prepare a report in a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document.
  • Support your responses with examples.
  • Cite any sources in APA format.

Steroid Usage, Grip Strength, Aggression, and Happiness Study Steroid Usage 3 11 23 15 19 4 19 13 24 6 14 29 2 17 4 Grip Strength 12 49 54 19 64 20 57 21 78 15 17 87 12 74 35 Aggression 7 19 30 21 24 5 19 18 36 32 4 26 8 22 6 Happiness 5 7 3 6 7 10 5 11 14 11 9 5 5 6 7 Investigator 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 Steroid Usage: The number entered reflects the number of weeks on steroids. Grip Strength: The number registered on a hand meter. The larger the number, the stronger the person; the scale cannot go higher than 100. Aggression: The number obtained on the McGuthry Aggression Inventory. The higher the number, the more aggression; the scale goes from 5 to 30. Happiness: The number obtained on the Happiness Scale. The higher the number, the happier the person is; the scale goes from 0 to 15. Investigator: The number assigned to the person who assessed the participant. Page 1 of 1 PSY2061 Research Methods Lab © 2013 South University

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