Paper Writing Services survey. A large medical facility is experiencing too many missed appointments in its primary and specialty care clinics. The facility has noticed

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people respond very well to text messages and would like to see wch method provides the least amount of missed appointments. Missed appointments are tracked in the facility database on a monthly basis. Clinicians at a small clinic have been introduced to a new method to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in their clients for veterans. Research indicates

Inferential Research and Statistics Project Part 1 one of the following scenarios based on your particular field of interest in psychology: A few months ago, the upper management at a large corporation decided they wanted to make major changes in the organization. Leadersp is concerned that employees may be resistant to the change, and they want to find out if there is a change management method that would help employees accept change more effectively and keep employee satisfaction gh. Two methods they have considered are the ADKAR Framework and the Prosci Change Management Methodology. The company wants to implement a small change in two departments before they make any major organization changes and would like to test the methods. The corporation uses the Devine Company to measure employee satisfaction with an anonymous survey. A large medical facility is experiencing too many missed appointments in its primary and specialty care clinics. The facility has noticed that not all patients respond well to reminder calls regarding follow-up appointments. Some patients do not answer calls and do not seem to respond to voice mail requesting they call the facility. The result is that many follow up appointments are missed. Management has read articles that people respond very well to text messages and would like to see wch method provides the least amount of missed appointments. Missed appointments are tracked in the facility database on a monthly basis. Clinicians at a small clinic have been introduced to a new method to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in their clients for veterans. Research indicates that virtual reality (VR) is a ghly effective treatment option for patients with PTSD. Currently, the clinic uses only cognitive processing therapy (CPT) with their patients suffering from PTSD. The clinicians would like to find out whether VR therapy has different results from CPT therapy. The measure used by the clinic to measure PTSD symptoms is the Combat Exposure Scale. Both therapies need to be applied for a minimum of 12 weeks to be effective. a 525- to 750-word paper that addresses the following for your chosen scenario: Clearly define the problem or issue you are addressing. Provide a brief background of any research you have found that might affect your research hypothesis. Create a research hypothesis based on the information provided in each scenario. You will be given a data set with two sets of interval data (just the numbers, as you must decide what they represent, such as method A results or method B results). Ts means you are going to test one tng against another, such as wch method works best (step 1 of the steps to hypothesis testing). State the null and research hypotheses. Explain whether these hypotheses require a one-tailed test or two-tailed test, and explain your rationale. Describe the sample you will use. Sample size will be 30 for each group, wch will be provided in your data set. Explain what type of sampling you selected. You may create your own data set if you want, as it is only hypothetical—you do not need to collect any data. Do you tnk you would also collect some descriptive data, such as gender, age, or sft? Why do you tnk it makes sense to collect descriptive data? your paper according to APA guidelines. You have a hypothesis that two drugs have different effects on lowering anxiety. You would have anxiety scores for drug A and anxiety scores for drug B (all after 4 weeks of treatment) to run inferential analysis  after 4 weeks. Null hypothesis is H : drug A = drug B Research hypothesis is H : rug A ≠ drug B Dependent variable: Anxiety score changed after treatment. Independent variable: drug treatment Because you did not state a direction in your hypotheses (better than or worse than), ts will be a two-tailed test. You are looking for differences in either direction. You would set your alpha level of .05 and have a sample for each group of 30 people that were volunteers for the study. Part 2 the data from Part 1 using Microsoft Excel software. a 700- to 875-word paper that includes the following information: Describe what method you are using to compare groups. Copy and paste the output into a Microsoft Word document, and also answer the following questions: What is the significance level of the comparison? What was the alpha level you identified in Week 3? What was the means and variance for each variable? What was the test statistic? What was the critical value for both the one- and two-tailed test? Was your test one-tailed or two-tailed? Were you able to reject the null hypothesis? In other words, did you prove there was a difference? Talk about what these results mean in everyday language and in context to your chosen scenario. Make a recommendation based on the findings. your paper according to APA guidelines. Part 3 a 12- to 15-slide presentation using the information you gathered and submitted in Weeks 3 & 4. Include the following: Describe the problem, and provide some brief background about the situation. Explain the research hypothesis. Describe your sample and your sampling method. Explain the four steps of the research process you followed, and define the critical value and the test statistic your analysis provided. Provide the main finding of the study. What did you prove or fail to prove? Provide recommendations based on your findings. any citations in your presentation according to APA guidelines.

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