Identify an available peer reviewed research study that used a One-way ANOVA

Identify an available peer reviewed research study that used a One-way ANOVA statistical analysis found in the Touro Library within the topic of “Stress”. Please provide the corresponding APA format citation in your discussion post.

Identify an available peer reviewed research study that used a One-way ANOVA

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Identify an available peer reviewed research study that used a One-way ANOVA statistical analysis found in the Touro Library within the topic of “Stress”. Further, please provide the corresponding APA format citation in your discussion post.

Identify and briefly explain the levels (i.e. conditions) of the Independent Variable and the corresponding Dependent variable for the ANOVA used in this research article that you chose from the Touro Library.

Furthermore, in your own words, briefly describe the results of the ANOVA analysis with corresponding averages and standard deviations.

You must include values for F value, degrees of freedom (df), and p-values in your results.

(Note: the peer reviewed research article may have multiple statistical analyses reported. But please limit your discussion on only one ANOVA statistical analysis in the peer reviewed research paper)

Be sure to provide specific examples.

More details;

ANOVA (Analysis of Variance)

ANOVA is a statistical technique that assesses potential differences in a scale-level dependent variable by a nominal-level variable having 2 or more categories.  For example, an ANOVA can examine potential differences in IQ scores by Country (US vs. Canada vs. Italy vs. Spain).  Developed by Ronald Fisher in 1918, this test extends the t and the z test which have the problem of only allowing the nominal level variable to have two categories.  This test is also called the Fisher analysis of variance.

The use of ANOVA depends on the research design. Moreover, ANOVAs are used in three ways: one-way ANOVA, two-way ANOVA, and N-way ANOVA.

One-Way ANOVA

Firstly, a one-way ANOVA has just one independent variable. For example, difference in IQ can be assess by Country, and County can have 2, 20, or more different categories to compare.

 

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