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3. Let µunrestricted be the long-run mean improvement on this task three days later when
someone has had unrestricted sleep and let µdeprived denote the long-run mean
improvement when someone is sleep deprived on the first night.
In words and symbols, state the null and the alternative hypotheses to investigate
whether sleep deprivation has a negative effect on improvement in performance on
visual discrimination tasks. (Hint for the alternative hypothesis: Do you expect the people
to do better or worse when sleep deprived? Based on your answer, what sign/direction
should you choose for the alternative hypothesis?)
Here are the data, with positive values indicating better performance at retest than at training,
and negative values indicating worse performance at retest than at training:
Unrestricted-sleep group’s improvement scores (milliseconds):
25.2, 14.5, -7.0, 12.6, 34.5, 45.6, 11.6, 18.6, 12.1, 30.5
Sleep-deprived group’s improvement scores (milliseconds):
-10.7, 4.5, 2.2, 21.3, -14.7, -10.7, 9.6, 2.4, 21.8, 7.2, 10.0
Step 3: Explore the Data.
4. To look at graphical and numerical summaries of the data from the study, go to the
Multiple Means applet. The sleep deprivation data have already been entered into the
applet.
a. Notice that the applet creates parallel dotplots, one for each study group. Based on
these dotplots alone, which group (unrestricted or deprived) appears to have had the
higher mean improvement? How are you deciding?
b. Based on the dotplots alone, which group (unrestricted or deprived) appears to have
had more variability in improvement? How are you deciding?
c. Notice also that the applet also computes numerical summaries of the data, such as,
the mean and standard deviation (SD) for the improvements in each group.
i.
For the unrestricted group, record the sample size (n), mean, and SD.
nunrestricted =
ii.
SDunrestricted =
For the deprived group, record the sample size (n), mean, and SD.
ndeprived=
June 27, 2014
𝑥̅ unrestricted =
𝑥̅
deprived=
MAA PREP workshop
SDdeprived =
70