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For this assignment, you will write an essay.

Before sending a document to your faculty member, be sure to include your name and the title of the assignment at the top of the document. When you save the document, include your last name, first name, and assignment title in the filename (e.g., smith_john_assignment1a).
Steps
1. Complete the assigned readings and videos for this unit. In addition, review the Writing Rubric in Materials below.

2. Find a research article that does the following:

Includes hypothesis tests, significance tests, null hypothesis, p-value, etc
Identifies any null and alternative hypotheses
Identifies what statistical tests are being used in the article you found and state their results
3. In a Microsoft Word document, write an essay of your findings and submit it below. Include direct quotes if necessary, and make sure to cite your article.

Materials
The material below will help you complete this assignment. write rubic: Writing Rubric

1) Content of writing and evidence of critical thought

1- WEAK 2- DEVELOPING 3- COMPETENT 4- PROFICIENT
Little or no grasp of topic or sense of purpose. (5)
Thesis or main idea is nonexistent or very weakly presented. (5)
Little or no awareness of audience, opposing opinions, and topic complexities. (5)

Emerging grasp of topic and sense of purpose. (6)
Thesis (or main idea) is emerging but insufficient.
(6)
Emerging awareness of audience, opposing opinions, and topic complexities.
(6)
Reasonably good grasp of topic and sense of purpose.
(7)

Thesis (or main idea) is reasonably clear, relevant, and convincing.
(7)

Reasonably good awareness of audience, opposing opinions, and topic complexities.
(7) Excellent grasp of topic and strong sense of purpose. (8)

Thesis (or main idea) is very clear, relevant, convincing, and significant. (8)

Exceptional understanding of audience, opposing opinions, and topic complexities.
(8)

2) Organization and Development

1- WEAK 2- DEVELOPING 3- COMPETENT 4- PROFICIENT

Structure: organization into paragraphs (or other component parts) is weak or nonexistent.
(9)

Development: paragraphs (or other component parts) are skimpy, incomplete, and weakly developed.
(9)
Structure: organization into paragraphs (or other component parts) is present but with some deficiencies.
(10)

Development: paragraphs (or other component parts) are partially or somewhat developed.
(10)

Structure: organization into paragraphs (or other component parts) is good, with very few deficiencies.
(11)

Development: paragraphs (or other component parts) are reasonably unified and well-developed.
(11)

Structure: organization into paragraphs (or other component parts) is excellent.
(12)

Development: all paragraphs (or other component parts) are organized, unified and well-developed.
(12)

3) Sentence-level issues (Syntax, Style, Spelling, Grammar)
1- WEAK 2- DEVELOPING 3- COMPETENT 4- PROFICIENT
Clarity: many or most sentences are difficult to read.
(5)

Correctness: frequent errors of spelling, punctuation, grammar, word usage.
(5)
Care: sentences carelessly written with little or no evidence of revision, editing, or proofreading. (5) Clarity: sentences readable, with a significant number awkwardly, simplistically, or unclearly written.
(6)

Correctness: sentence level errors of spelling, punctuation, grammar,
and word usage are common.
(6)
Care: sentences show some evidence of revision, editing, and proofreading.
(6) Clarity: most sentences clear and readable, with occasional lapses.
(7)
Correctness: most sentences characterized by correct spelling, punctuation, grammar, and word usage— with some lapses. (7)
Care: clear evidence of editing, revision, and proofreading— with some lapses. (7) Clarity: all sentences are well-crafted, clear, and readable. (8)

Correctness: exemplary spelling, punctuation, grammar, and word usage.
(8)
Care: careful editing, revision, and proofreading.
(8)
4) Use of research (Quotations, Citations, Documentation) using APA style

1- WEAK 2- DEVELOPING 3- COMPETENT 4- PROFICIENT
Quality / relevance of research, evidence, and sources utilized is weak.
(9)

Quotation, citation, and/or attribution of sourced material is absent or incorrect.
(9)
Quality / relevance of research, evidence, and sources utilized is reasonable but inconsistent.
(10)
Quotation, citation, and/or attribution of sourced material is present but weak.
(10)

Quality / relevance of research, evidence, and sources utilized is good– with occasional lapses.
(11)
Quotation, citation, and/or attribution of sourced material is good– with occasional lapses.
(11)
Quality / relevance of research, evidence, and sources utilized is excellent.
(12)
Quotation, citations, and/or attribution of sources is executed correctly.
(12)

5) Proper use of APA for Reference Page

1- WEAK 2- DEVELOPING 3- COMPETENT 4-PROFICIENT
APA style is not evident
(1) APA style is inconsistent
(2) APA style is appropriate with occasional lapses (3) APA style is evident and consistent (4)

6) Comments (strengths, weaknesses, suggestions for revision): on a separate page after finishing first part of short essay you will need to download sofastat I will upload datasetmay this is the data sheet you are to useto complete second page of essay.
Make sure your data sets are correctly uploaded in SOFA.

4. Create a hypothetical null and alternative hypothesis for some part of your data (i.e. age is not related to smoking).

5. Choose the independent and dependent variable that reflect your hypothesis.

6. Run appropriate statistical testing (SOFA will help you choose) to test your hypothesis. Run two different tests.

7. Include your findings in a Mircrosoft Word document. Submit the document below.

Materials
The material below will help you complete this assignment.

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