Dissertation Writers: Hypothesis Testing-What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?

 Dissertation Writers: Hypothesis Testing-What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?. Suggesting articles  relating to PTSD data for the LGBT Community that are empirical in nature.  They should not be theoretical only or meta-analyses.  Articles should have clear inferential data/statistics within them.

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Name: ______________________________ Hypothesis Testing Problem Worksheet

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Hypothesis Testing Problem Worksheet with References

Research in the University Library to find five empirical (those containing data) research articles. Select articles that are of interest to you and include the citations at the end of this document. Place the information (in 1 to 2 sentences) for each one in the following tables:

** Remember to include proper references formatted in APA 6th edition style at the end of this assignment.**

Title of Article:
Question: Answer
What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)? I am interested in searching for PTSD data for the LGBT Community. Karla
What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.
Title of Article:
Question Answer
What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)? Ben Part

What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.
Title of Article:
Question Answer
What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.
Title of Article:
Question Answer
What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.
Title of Article:
Question Answer
What is the null hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
What is the research hypothesis (implied or explicitly stated)?
Using the content in any of these articles, create another research hypothesis.