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7. A researcher hypothesized that the greater number of hours employees spent in a human relations course the higher their performance evaluations would be. A test statistic of .60; p<.05 was found.

Answer the following about the study: (2 pts. Each, Total: 8 points)

a. Type of hypothesis ( relationship or group comparison):

b. Statistical test used:

c. Was significance established?

d. What advice might a personnel manager give employees as a result of this study

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