Facial feedback analysis

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SPSS is needed and will be sent to support through mail. Please look carefully through alit the documents and images that I am uploading. The report has to be highly scientific and academic. Both of the studies mentioned below has to be reffered to. I will need both of the descriptive statistics work sheets to bei ncluded and please see workshop handbook for guide through the spss. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions if you have have any!

Kraft, T. L., & Pressman S D. (2012). Grin and bear it: The influence of manipulated facial expression on the stress response. Psychological science, 23(11), 1372-1378.

Strack, F., Martin, L. L, & Stepper, S. (1988). Inhibiting and facilitating conditions of the human smile: A nonobtrusive test of the facial feedback hypothesis Journal of personality and social psychology, 54, 768-777.

PSYC1090 Workshop 1 Week 09: Report 1: Inferential Statistics 1 DESIGN The data set for Report 1 includes one independent variable (see the Week 04: Report 1: Descriptive Statistics handout). For each of the designs listed below, provide a short definition and indicate the appropriate t-test for that design. Finally, indicate which of these designs Report 1 uses. Table 1. Design. type definition & t-test between within 2 HYPOTHESES The data set for Report 1 includes three dependent variables (see the Week 04: Report 1: Descriptive Statistics handout). For each dependent variable, state a corresponding (i.e., alternative) hypothesis about the TEETH and LIPS conditions below. 3 INFERENTIAL STATISTICS First, produce relevant histograms for each dependent variable (i.e., to assess whether they meet the distributional assumptions of the t-test). Second, using the appropriate t-test, test whether the TEETH and LIPS conditions differ significantly on each dependent variable. Workshop Week 09: Report 1: Inferential Statistics PSYC1090 Workshop 2 Table 2. Descriptive statistics. DV 1: DV 2: DV 3: IV M SD M SD M SD TEETH LIPS Table 3. Inferential statistics. Test Levene’s DV 1: DV 2: F Sig. F Sig. t DV 3: Sig. F Sig. t Sig. test t-test t df df df Sig. 4 RESULTS Finally, report the results below (e.g., following the example reporting paragraphs from the Workshop Handbook): Workshop Week 09: Report 1: Inferential Statistics
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