Bivariate 1

Bivariate Hypothesis statements

Quiz #7

Bivariate Hypothesis Statements

Nicole Dickerson

SOWK 300

Ms. McArthur

February 19, 2010

Bivariate 2 Bivariate Hypothesis 1 How much sleep you got the night before a test increases test scores. Race/Ethnicity influences religious preference. Respondent’s income has an impact on the respondent’s political party. Age decreases gang related behavior. If respondent considers self a religious person this affects view on death penalty. Sex of respondent elicits how many times the respondent has gotten someone pregnant or been pregnant. Academic major has an effect on what you estimate your current college GPA to be. Independent Variable and Values Less than 4 hrs, 45 hrs, 5-6 hrs, 6-7 hrs, 7-8 hrs, 8-9 hrs, 9 or more Causal Words/Phrase increases Dependent Variable and Values Very high, Average, Low, Above Average, Below Average

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Catholic, influences Protestant, Jewish, Islam, Other Under 9,999, 10k14,999, 15k19,999, 20k24,999, 25k or more Have you ever been a member of a gang? 1. Yes 2. no Very religious, Moderate, Slightly, Not religious 1. O times 2. 1 time 3. 2 or more times has an impact on

American Indian, Asian, Black, Mexican, Hispanic, White, Other Democrat, Republican, Independent, Other

3

4

decreases

19 or younger, 20-21, 22-24, 25-29, 30-39, 40 or more Strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree, no opinion

5

affects

6

elicits

Female, Male

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Academic Major

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2.49 or less 2.50-2.99 3.00-3.50 Above 3.50 I don’t know

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Frequency of exercise has an effect on marital status.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Never Has an effect Occasionally on Frequently Almost every day

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More education the person has, the higher his or her income.

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Highest level of education influences race of convicted felon.

Less than high school graduate, high school graduate, some college, advanced degree Less than high school graduate, high school graduate, some college, advanced degree

Higher

1. Married 2. Married, second or subsequent 3. Single 4. Single, divorced 5. Single, widowed 6. Single living with special other Under 9,999, 10k14,999, 15k-19,999, 20k-24,999, 25k or more

influences

American Indian, Asian, Black, Mexican, Hispanic, White, Other

Bivariate 4

1. How much sleep you got before the test increases test scores.

Sleep

Test Scores

2. Race/Ethnicity influences religious preference. Race Ethnicity Religious Preference

3. Respondent’s income has an impact on the respondent’s political party. Political Party

Income

4. Age decreases gang related behavior. Gang related behavoir

Age

5. If respondent considers self a religious person this affects view on death penalty.

Religious Person

Death Penalty

Bivariate 5 6. Sex of respondent elicits how many times the respondent has gotten someone pregnant

or been pregnant.
Sex Pregnant or been pregnant

7. Academic major has an effect on what you estimate your current college GPA to be. Academic Major GPA

8. Frequency of exercise has an effect on marital status.
Exercise Marital Status

9. More education the person has, the higher his or her income.

Education

Income

10. Highest level of education influences race of convicted felon.

Education

Race of Felon