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In assignment 2 you will locate a quantitative research article that used a One-Way ANOVA to analyze the results. (Do not use meta-analyses or theory papers.) It is ok if other statistics are included in the study â€“ only discuss the One-Way ANOVA results for this assignment. If there is more than one ANOVA, only report one of them. I encourage you to review my feedback from the Week 6 article assignment before you submit this one.
Here is a link to the Course Guide and Assignment Help found in this weekâ€™s Learning Resources. Use it to help you search for your article.
You will write a2 to 3 paragraph (not page) critique of the article you found.
Be sure to
-briefly explain the research question so your readers can follow your discussion (2 or 3 sentences).
-explain why the authors used the One-Way ANOVA (consider the type of research question and the measurement of the variables)
– Explain whether their choice was appropriate â€“ support your position with reference to our course materials
– Explain if and how the authors displayed their data (table, graph, other?)
– Critique their data presentation, indicate whether the table or graph was easy to interpret. Explain why it was either easy or difficult to interpret. You could offer suggestions for data display if none was included.
– use a scholarly tone
Tutoring in Statistics:http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/ASCtutors/team/statsandmath
Common statistical results.http://my.ilstu.edu/~jhkahn/apastats.html