Final Project Lab

Final Project

Make necessary corrections to your work on the final project for the first three weeks as per your instructor’s feedback and write:

  • A comprehensive paragraph describing the participants in the study (from Week 2)
  • A paragraph describing the major dependent variables of interest (recall and misinformation effect). Be sure to review the Final Project information so you can describe what these variables are, how they were measured, and why they were measured.

Submission Details:

  • Name your document SU_PSY2008_W4_Project_council_A

Descriptive statistic report

Aailyah Council

Professor Steven Austin

March 1st,2021

Descriptive statistic report

sex
FrequencyPer centValid PercentCumulative Percent
Validfemale3650.050.050.0
male3650.050.0100.0
Total72100.0100.0

From the analysis of the sample’s distribution based on gender, the percentage level of the female is equal to that of a male at 50%. Meaning that in terms of gender, the sample is evenly distributed, having similar numbers. Out of 72 sample size, female constitute 36 while male constitute the same amount.

Ethnicity
FrequencyPer centValid PercentCumulative Percent
ValidAfrican American2331.931.931.9
Caucasian3143.143.175.0
Latino1419.419.494.4
Others45.65.6100.0
Total72100.0100.0

In terms of ethnicity, Caucasian leads with 31 translates to 43.1%, African American, with 23, which translates to 31.9%, Latino with 14, which translates to 19.4%. The minor ethnic group is represented by others which constitute four translating to 5.5%.

recal1
FrequencyPer centValid PercentCumulative Percent
Valid.0011.41.41.4
1.0011.41.42.8
2.0022.82.85.6
3.0056.96.912.5
4.0056.96.919.4
5.00811.111.130.6
6.0056.96.937.5
7.0079.79.747.2
8.00811.111.158.3
9.00811.111.169.4
10.0079.79.779.2
11.0079.79.788.9
12.0068.38.397.2
13.0011.41.498.6
15.0011.41.4100.0
Total72100.0100.0

On the scale of rating recall, one of the highest ratings with most respondents includes 5.00, 8.00, and 9.00. They both constitute 11.1%.

Age
FrequencyPer centValid PercentCumulative Percent
Valid18.0022.82.82.8
19.0068.38.311.1
20.0045.65.616.7
21.0045.65.622.2
22.0068.38.330.6
23.0045.65.636.1
24.00811.111.147.2
25.0045.65.652.8
26.0022.82.855.6
27.0045.65.661.1
28.0022.82.863.9
29.0022.82.866.7
31.0022.82.869.4
32.0045.65.675.0
33.0022.82.877.8
35.0022.82.880.6
36.0045.65.686.1
37.0022.82.888.9
39.0022.82.891.7
42.0022.82.894.4
45.0022.82.897.2
49.0022.82.8100.0
Total72100.0100.0

From the distribution of age for the sample size, the highest percentage is 11.1% which constitute those that are aged 24 years. Therefore, age 24 is the mode value for the provided dataset.

The graph illustrates the relationship between age and recalls one for those involved In the experimental study. As age increases, the accuracy of identifying increases up to a certain level, where an increase in age results in a reduction in the level of remembering (Vann, Jacobson, Coyne‐Beasley, Asafu‐Adjei, & Szilagyi, 2018).

Reference

Vann, J. C. J., Jacobson, R. M., Coyne‐Beasley, T., Asafu‐Adjei, J. K., & Szilagyi, P. G. (2018). Patient reminder and recall interventions to improve immunization rates. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (1).

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