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in his research, Dr. Caulfiel wants compare levels of tests anxiety among high school students in grade 10 and 12. His hypothesis is that seniors will have higher levels of test anxiety than sophomores will. His theoretical definition of test anxiety for each person in his sample will be a self-reported test-anxiety level, marked in a questionnaire as "high" moderate,"or"low. is theoretical the right answer

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