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In the introduction to this chapter, we considered a study comparing three groups of college students (soccer athletes, non-soccer athletes, and a control group consisting of students who did not participate in intercollegiate sports). The following information on scores from the Hopkins Verbal Learning Test (which measures immediate memory recall) was
In addition, x = 30.19. Suppose that it is reasonable to regard these three samples as random samples from the three student populations of interest. Is there sufficient evidence to conclude that the mean Hopkins score is not the same for the three student populations? Use a = .05.


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