Question: An article in the journal Appetite December 2003 described an

An article in the journal Appetite (December 2003) described an experiment to determine the effect that breakfast meals have on school children. A sample of 29 children was tested on four successive days, having a different breakfast each day. The breakfast meals were
1. Cereal (Cheerios)
2. Cereal (Shreddies)
3. A glucose drink
4. No breakfast
The order of breakfast meals was randomly assigned. A computerized test of working memory was conducted prior to breakfast and again 2 hours later. The decrease in scores was recorded. Do these data allow us to infer that there are differences in the decrease depending on the type of breakfast?

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