Microsoft Word – A Crash Course 2 – The t-Test graphs in attachment 1). What is the independent variable in this study? A. Level of frustration B. Whether they can rearrange the word CINERAMA C. Whether they can rearrange the word BAT D. Which problem solving task they received (hard versus easy anagram) E. There is too little information in this study to determine the independent variable 2). What is the dependent variable in this study? A. Level of frustration B. Whether they can rearrange the word CINERAMA C. Whether they can rearrange the word BAT D. Which problem solving task they received (hard versus easy anagram) E. There is too little information in this study to determine the dependent variable You run a t-Test on this data set and get the following SPSS output. Using this output, interpret the information. 3). Choose the correct means and standard deviations for easy and hard conditions. A. The easy condition has a mean of 1.39 and standard deviation of 0.50 while the hard condition has a mean of 8.37 and a standard deviation of 1.30. B. The easy condition has a mean of 8.37 and standard deviation of .050 while the hard condition has a mean of 1.39 and a standard deviation of 1.30. C. The easy condition has a mean of 1.57 and standard deviation of 0.24 while the hard condition has a mean of 37.02 and a standard deviation of 0.09. D. The easy condition has a mean of 27.89 and standard deviation of 59 while the hard condition has a mean of 27.55 and a standard deviation of 37.02. E. The easy condition has a mean of 8.37 and standard deviation of 1.30 while the hard condition has a mean of 1.39 and a standard deviation of 0.50. 4). Is the t-Test significant, and how would you write that out in APA format? A. Yes, the t-Test is significant, t(27.89) = 59, p < .001 B. Yes, the t-Test is significant, t(59) = 27.89, p < .001 C. No, the t-Test is not significant, t(27.89) = 59, p > .001 D. No, the t-Test is not significant, t(59) = 27.89, p > .001 E. It is impossible to tell from this data set if the t-Test is significant 5). Finally, which of the following is the correct results as you would write them in an APA formatted results section. A. We ran an independent samples t-Test with anagram condition as our independent variable and frustration as our dependent variable. The t-Test was significant, t(59) = 27.89, p < .001. Participants were more frustrated in the hard anagram condition (M = 8.37, SD = 1.30) than the easy anagram condition (M = 1.39, SD = 0.50). B. We ran an independent samples t-Test with anagram condition as our independent variable and frustration as our dependent variable. The t-Test was not significant, t(59) = 27.89, p > .05. Participants were no more frustrated in the hard anagram condition (M = 1.39, SD = 0.50) than the easy anagram condition (M = 8.37, SD = 1.30). C. We ran an independent samples t-Test with anagram condition as our independent variable and frustration as our dependent variable. The t-Test was significant, t(59) = 27.89, p < .001. Participants were more frustrated in the hard anagram condition (M = 1.39, SD = 0.50) than the easy anagram condition (M = 8.37, SD = 1.30). D. We ran an independent samples t-Test with anagram condition as our independent variable and frustration as our dependent variable. The t-Test was not significant, t(27.89) = 59, p > .05. Participants were no more frustrated in the hard anagram condition (M = 1.39, SD = 0.50) than the easy anagram condition (M = 8.37, SD = 1.30). E. We ran an independent samples t-Test with anagram condition as our independent variable and frustration as our dependent variable. The t-Test was significant, t(27.89) = 59, p < .001. Participants were more frustrated in the hard anagram condition (M = 1.39, SD = 0.50) than the easy anagram condition (M = 8.37, SD = 1.30).