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Hypothesis Testing Problem Worksheet

Research in the University Library to find five empirical (those containing data) research articles. Select articles that are of interest to you and include the citations at the end of this document. Place the information for each one in the following tables:

Article:

Immigrant Youth: Acculturation, Identity, and Adaption

Question

Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.

Article:

Neurological Differences Between 9-year-old Children Fed

Breast-milk or Formula-milk as Babies

Question

Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.

Article:

Qualitative Differences Among Gender-Stereotyped Toys: Implications for Cognitive and Social Development in Girls and Boys

Question

Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.

Article:

Parent-toddler Play with Feminine Toys: Are All Dolls the Same?

Question

Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.

Article:

Social-Cognitive Development and Toys

Question

Answer

What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.

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