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Part 2: Factorial ANOVA:

1. State populations and hypotheses
2. Conduct a factorial ANOVA in SPSS
3. Report all results using proper APA format
4. Indicate if there was an interaction or not using proper APA format
5. If there is a significant result, conduct post-hoc tests
6. Describe the results to this study
7. Describe the implications of this study and any strengths and weaknesses of this ANOVA
8. Finally, be sure to include any SPSS outputs as well

1. A social psychologist is interested in if the type of music a college student is listening to has any effect on the number of hours per week the student studies. A group of college students identified one of four types of music; rock and roll, jazz, country, and showtunes. Ten students were selected for each group. In addition to this the psychologist wondered if gender would have an impact on the hours studying as well so each of the four groups were separated into 10 male and 10 female students (80 students total), and each of these students hours studying were then recorded for a one week period. The data is shown in the following table.

 Rock and Roll Jazz Country Showtunes female 2 6 8 8 female 3 5 8 8 female 2 6 6 8 female 5 7 7 7 female 2 6 6 6 female 6 5 7 5 female 4 5 8 6 female 5 6 5 7 female 3 7 6 7 female 4 4 7 9 male 3 6 9 5 male 3 4 8 4 male 3 3 4 5 male 5 3 5 4 male 6 4 3 3 male 4 5 2 4 male 3 4 4 5 male 4 5 6 2 male 5 4 8 6 male 4 3 5 7

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