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Look at the following Weight Satisfaction Survey questions, data, data analysis output, and scatterplot. The data are similar to what would have been obtained if you sent the survey to 10 people. Your task is to evaluate the information and determine if there are any significant results and also to determine if there are any apparent gender differences. Based on your observation and evaluation, prepare a report in a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document.
Questions for Weight Satisfaction Survey:
Answer the following questions to the best of your ability:
Gender
Height
Weight
Age
Male or Female
Height (in inches)
Weight (in pounds)
Age (in years)
 
 
 
 
Are you satisfied with you weight? Yes or No (satis)
Do you exercise regularly? Yes or No (exreg)
If yes, how many times a week do you exercise? _______ (tweek)
Have you ever misrepresented your weight? Yes or No (misrep)
Do you mind talking about weight? Yes or No
If yes, please explain: _____________________ (expl)
Data has been entered in the table under the variable names given in parentheses at the end of the survey questions. It is important to note that each participant has two lines of data, and the answer to the open-ended question is typed on the second line. The coding information for the variables that need coding is as follows: gender (1 = male, 2 = female), satis (1 = yes, 2 = no), exreg (1 = yes, 2 = no), misrep (1 = yes, 2 = no), and mind (1 = yes, 2 = no).
Data from Weight Satisfaction Survey
Partic. #
Gender
Height
Weight
Age
Satis
Exreg
Tweek
Misrep
Mind
1
1
70
182
43
1
1
3
2
2
expl:
2
2
70
191
53
2
1
2
1
2
expl:
3
2
64
205
49
1
2
 
1
1
expl: I am just not happy about my weight and I do not like to talk about it.
4
2
69
189
26
2
2
 
1
1
expl: I would rather not say the number.
5
1
74
210
67
2
2
 
2
2
expl:
6
2
67
145
46
1
2
 
2
2
expl:
7
1
69
192
42
1
1
4
2
1
expl:
8
2
65
178
54
2
2
 
1
1
expl: It makes me feel bad to talk about my weight because I want to be thinner.
9
1
71
210
41
1
2
2
2
2
expl:
10
2
60
212
32
2
2
 
1
1
expl: I try not to think about it. It is a battle I have been fighting all my life.
Appropriate Descriptive Statistics
Height
 
 
Weight
 
 
Age
 
Mean
67.90
Mean
191.40
Mean
45.30
Standard Deviation
4.01
Standard Deviation
20.35
Standard Deviation
11.57
Minimum
60.00
Minimum
145.00
Minimum
26.00
Maximum
74.00
Maximum
212.00
Maximum
67.00
Count
10.00
 
Count
10.00
 
Count
10.00
Pearson Correlations
 
Height
Weight
Age
Height
1
Weight
0.018231
1
Age
0.407708
0.006513082
1
Study Results: Write a results section that includes the descriptive statistics for age, weight, and height. Also, look at the data for the satis, exreg, misrep, and mind variables for the males and females. Determine the frequency counts of the yes or no responses for the males and females. Does it seem the males and females responded differently to any of the questions?
How You Would Handle the Participants: You must write a brief statement to answer the following questions:
How would you feel if you had to collect the data from any of the participants who were selected for this study? Which specific participants might feel embarrassed and why?
How would you handle their discomfort while answering questions? What would you do if they wanted to stop filling out the survey?
Support your responses with examples.
Cite any sources in APA format.