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The television network you addressed in Week 4 is asking you to compare the moods of groups that watch different types of shows. You can choose what they mean by moods. You may compare them on general mood, happiness, depression, frustration, or anything else that makes sense to you. This time you are truly the researcher, and you are creating an experiment that will require analysis with a one-way ANOVA.

determine the following: the three different types of shows you want to compare; the mood you will measure and how you will measure it; what you think will happen—how you think each group will score on the mood measure you use.

• What are your independent and dependent variables?
• What is your null hypothesis?
• What is your alternate hypothesis?
• Will your study use a between-subjects ANOVA or a within-subjects ANOVA? Explain.
• Assume your results are significant. What do you think the post-hoc comparisons will show?
• What are your independent and dependent variables?
• What is your null hypothesis?
• What is your alternate hypothesis?
• Will your study use a between-subjects ANOVA or a within-subjects ANOVA? Explain.
• Assume your results are significant. What do you think the post-hoc comparisons will show?

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Well, what moods do you want to measure and how do you plan to measure them?

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