Write a possible corresponding research hypothesis for each research question

Write a possible corresponding research hypothesis for each research question

 

The Module Five Data Set spreadsheet contains 100 randomly selected individuals from the 2016 cohort of the General Social Survey. The values represent how many hours each individual reported working in the past week and their level of depression as measured by a composite of five items from the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D). The items ask how much time the individual experienced the following over the past week:

  1. Feeling depressed 2. Getting restless sleep 3. Feeling happy 4. Feeling lonely 5. Feeling sad. Item three (feeling happy) is reverse coded so that higher scores indicate more time experiencing symptoms of depression in the past week.

 

  1. The following scale is used: 0 = None or almost none of the time 1 = Some of the time 2 = Most of the time 3 = All or almost all of the time

 

 

Thus, a minimum score is 0 and a maximum score is 15. Use a α = .05 to determine whether there is a significant linear relationship between hours worked and symptoms of depression in the past week.

 

Are there differences in the average agreement with gay individuals having the right to marry one another among people who were interviewed in different geographic regions of the United States?

 

Are there differences in the average feelings of warmth toward liberals among people who were interviewed in different geographic regions of the United States?
Is there a linear relationship between feelings toward liberals and beliefs regarding gay persons’ right to marry one another?
Is there a linear relationship between feelings toward conservatives and beliefs regarding gay persons’ right to marry one another?
Prompt
You will use your webtext writing template to complete this milestone. Use the Excel file provided in your Soomo webtext. Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:

For each research question:

 

Write a possible corresponding research hypothesis for each research question. Your responses should be about 25 words in length.
Select the appropriate inferential test for each research question. Your responses should be about 25 words in length.
Justify your choice of inferential test for each research question, including how the scales of measurement affect this decision. Your responses should be about 25 to 50 words in length.
For one research question:
Identify the research question you will use to complete Project Two. Your response should be about 25 words in length.
Explain what personal or professional reasons you had for choosing this research question.