A researcher investigated whether job applicants with popular names are viewed more favorably than equally qualified applicants with less po

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A researcher investigated whether job applicants with popular names are viewed more favorably than equally qualified applicants with less popular names. Participants in one group read a resume of a job applicant with a popular name; participants in the other group read the same resume but the applicant had an unpopular name. There were five participants in each group. The results showed that the difference in evaluation of the applicants was not significant (p < .22).

1. What is the null hypothesis?

2. What is the research hypothesis?

3. What would be the Type I error?

4. What would be the Type II error?

5. What is the probability of a Type I error?

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Clara 3 weeks 2021-09-08T01:11:36+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-08T01:13:09+00:00

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    the answer is tbh .

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