1. The male and female groups in this study are considered independent because “the two sets of data were not taken from the same subjects and if the scores are not related” (Grove. 2007, p. 218). More specifically, the groups were formed based on gender and no matching on any variables occurred. 2. t = –3.15 describes the difference between women and men for the mental health (MH) variable in this study. A t value of -3.15 is significant in that “the larger the calculated t ratio, in absolute value, the greater the difference between the two groups” (p. 217). Plus, its corresponding p = 0.002 value is significantly smaller than the alpha (a) that was set at 0.05 for this study. 3. t = –1.99 value for health functioning is also significant in that its corresponding p = 0.049 is well below the alpha (a) that was set at 0.05 for this study. The meaning of this result in this study is that we can accept the alternative hypothesis: women experience lower health functioning post MI than men. Moreover, the difference is statically significant. 4. The aforementioned mental health (MH) t ratio of -3.15 indicates the largest difference between the males and females post MI in this study. The ratio is significant because, as mentioned previously, its corresponding p = 0.002 value is significantly smaller than the alpha (a) that was set at 0.05 for this study. 5. t = –2.50, p = 0.01; t = –2.54, p = 0.007. t = –2.54 has the smaller p value at p = 0.007 than t = –2.50 with p = 0.01. The smaller p value indicates more significant findings. This result means that the difference between the two groups was more significant for the role-physical (RP) than for the physical component score (PCS). 6. A Type 1 error is “occurs when the researcher rejects the null hypothesis when it is in actuality true” (p. 217). There is a risk of a Type I error in this study because 15 t-tests were conducted and multiple t-tests cause an increased risk for…
chewing or wearing of hats.
All speech outlines must be handed on time.
Both speeches must be accompanied by appropriate visual aids.
You are required to read approximately 30 pages weekly.
You’ll be required to complete written class exercises which will be discussed throughout the term. This is proof of class participation and attendance.
It is expected that you will help build a positive climate and feeling of community in our classroom. You…
"Phys Ed: Can Running Actually Help Your Knees?" Well Blog. Web. 29 Feb. 2012.
Recent evidence suggests that running may actually shield somewhat against arthritis, in part because the knee develops a kind of motion groove. A group of engineers and doctors at Stanford published a study in the February issue of The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery that showed that by moving and loading your knee joint, as you do when walking or running, you…
Linh D. Phan
1 + E : Specific accounting principle - Usually created by a pronouncement an authoritative body.
2 + G: Going-concern assumption - Financial statements reflect the assumption that the business continues operating.
3 + A: General accounting principle - Derived from long-used and generally accepted accounting practices.
4 + C: Business entity assumption - Every business is accounted for separately from its owner or owners.
5 + D: Revenue recognition principle - Revenue…
29 April 2014
Regular exercise is good
After I took my dad to the doctor last week, and after reading some articles about strokes and health deceases, I think that regular exercise may be good for you in many ways. Exercise may also help you to prevent most diseases like strokes, high blood pressure, diabetes and any other conditions. I also believe that people that exercise every day may have a healthy life. After reading the articles,I learned that before you start an exercise plan…
Imposition of victims services levy
Victims of Crime Act 1994
Authorised by the ACT Parliamentary Counsel—also accessible at www.legislation.act.gov.au
Notice of levy
Levy not to be reduced
Effect of appeal etc
Protection from liability
About the endnotes
29 January 2014
Fitness is it in You?
Why do so many people dedicate their time to go through sweating, soreness, and struggle? Some people may simply enjoy sweating profusely while they fight the burning in their muscles as they try and finish their workout. Athletes may dedicate themselves to fitness to increase their potential in athletics. Some people may not enjoy it, they may not participate in sports, but they do what they can to be fit for their…
August 19, 2013
Reviewed syllabus and exercises
• Teacher’s name is Douglas Dildine
• Teacher’s contact information
• Required to attend DVC Drama Fall Productions: Zombie Prom and The Children’s Hour
• Purchase before shows or get season pass
• Course description
• Scanning exercise is basis of everything an actor does on stage
• Take written word and give it life and flesh so audience will believe
• If audience doesn’t believe, why should…
level (fitness tests)
What I hope to achieve (SMART goals )
My results from the PARQ
Which aspects of fitness are more important in my activity
Assessing my fitness levels
PAR Q (Personal Activity Readiness Questionnaire)
Before I take part in an Exercise Programme I will have a look at the following questions. If I answer yes to some of these questions then I will seek medical advice from a doctor about what physical activity I can do.
1. Have you or a member of your close family had any medical…
structure levels of the chart.
Michael Goran studied the behaviors of children when given the opportunity to self-select their diets over a three day period of time. The results showed children chose foods that ranged from 25-42% of energy from fat (23-29). It is time for the Food Pyramid to get a face lift.
Physical education courses have slowly disintegrated over the years in schools due to budget cuts and injuries. Therefore, most of the physical education time is spent being inactive. School recess…