# Question: What is a researcher communicating with each of the following

What is a researcher communicating with each of the following statements?

(a) “The line graph of the means was relatively flat, although the variability in each condition was quite large.”

(b) “For the sample of men (and ) we conclude . . . ”

(c) “We expect that in the population the average score is 14 and the standard deviation is 3.5 . . .”

(a) “The line graph of the means was relatively flat, although the variability in each condition was quite large.”

(b) “For the sample of men (and ) we conclude . . . ”

(c) “We expect that in the population the average score is 14 and the standard deviation is 3.5 . . .”

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