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Gender differences in dream content are well documented (see Winget & Kramer, 1979). Suppose a researcher studies aggression content in the dreams of men and women. Each participant reports his or her most recent dream. Then each dream is judged by a panel of experts to have low, medium, or high aggression content. The observed frequencies are shown in the following matrix: Is there a relationship between gender and the aggression content of dreams? Test with α =.01.

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Gender differences in dream content are well documented (see Winget & Kramer, 1979). Suppose a researcher studies aggression content in the dreams of men and women. Each participant reports his or her most recent dream. Then each dream is judged by a panel of experts to have low, medium, or high aggression content. The observed frequencies are shown in the following matrix:

Chapter 15, Problem 18P, Gender differences in dream content are well documented (see Winget  Kramer, 1979). Suppose a

Is there a relationship between gender and the aggression content of dreams? Test with α =.01.

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