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StatisticsEssentials of Statistics for the Behavioral SciencesResearch has demonstrated strong gender differences in teenagers’ approaches to dealing with mental health issues (Chandra & Minkovitz. 2006). In a typical study, eighth-grade students are asked to report their willingness to use mental health services in the event they were experiencing emotional or other mental health problems. Typical data for a sample of n = 150 students are shown in the following table. a. Do the data show a significant relationship between gender and willingness to seek mental health assistance? Test with α = .05. b. Compute Cramér’s V to measure the size of the treatment effect.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 15, Problem 12P

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Research has demonstrated strong gender differences in teenagers’ approaches to dealing with mental health issues (Chandra & Minkovitz. 2006). In a typical study, eighth-grade students are asked to report their willingness to use mental health services in the event they were experiencing emotional or other mental health problems. Typical data for a sample of n = 150 students are shown in the following table.

**a.**Do the data show a significant relationship between gender and willingness to seek mental health assistance? Test with α = .05.**b.**Compute Cramér’s V to measure the size of the treatment effect.

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