# · Read Chapter 14 in your Discovering Statistics Using IBM SPSS Statistics textbook

Before you begin the assignment:

· Read Chapter 14 in your Discovering Statistics Using IBM SPSS Statistics textbook.

· Review the first half of the video tutorial (up to 6:43) for helpful information to answer the questions in this assignment. Please disregard the second half of the video that discusses conducting a repeated-measures analysis (ANOVA), as this is not needed for this assignment.

· Access and open the Snake Anxiety SPSS data set.

An overview of the data set:

This data set represents hypothetical data from a study that examined the level of anxiety that people with a snake phobia felt in three different scenarios. The same people were tested in each scenario. That is, each person experienced all three conditions.

· Number: This is the ID number of the participant

· See_Distance: This is participants’ anxiety (scores could range from 40 to 100, with high numbers indicating higher anxiety) when they saw a large snake that was about 20 feet away.

· See_Close: This is participants’ anxiety (scores could range from 40 to 100, with high numbers indicating higher anxiety) when they saw a large snake that was about 5 feet away.

· Touch: This is participants’ anxiety (scores could range from 40 to 100, with high numbers indicating higher anxiety) when they touched a large snake.

Questions:

1) Briefly explain in your own words the difference between a between-subjects design and repeated measures design.

2a) Examine the means of the three anxiety conditions.

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2b) Describe the differences that you see between the means.