Write an abstract up to 200 words detailing a summary of the study, the ANOVA test results, hypothesis resolution, and implications of your findings.

During flu season, the administrators at a walk-in health clinic want to determine if providing patients with a pamphlet or a video will increase their receptivity to flu shots. Each patient will be given a ticket at the check-in desk with a 1, 2, or 3 on it; the tickets will be issued in (repeating) sequence. Once escorted to the exam room, patients with number 1 tickets will serve as control participants and will not be offered any flu shot informational material. Patients with number 2 tickets will be given a flu shot information pamphlet. Patients with number 3 tickets will be shown a brief video covering the same information as contained in the pamphlet. At the end of the day, the charts will be reviewed and three entries made in the database: total number of flu shots given to patients in Group 1, total number of flu shots given to patients in Group 2, and total number of flu shots given to patients in Group 3.

Data set: Ch 06 – Exercise 5A.sav Codebook Variable: group Definition: Flu media group assignment Type: Categorical (1 = Nothing, 2 = Flu shot pamphlet, 3 = Flu shot video) Variable: shots Definition: Total number of flu shots given in a day (for each group) Type: Continuous

1. Write the hypotheses.

2. Run each criterion of the pretest checklist (normality, homogeneity of variance, and n) and discuss your findings.

3. Run the ANOVA test and document your findings (ns, means, and significance [p value], hypothesis resolution).

4. Write an abstract up to 200 words detailing a summary of the study, the ANOVA test results, hypothesis resolution, and implications of your findings.

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