Run either t tests or ANOVA on your chosen data. This Application requires you to engage in data…

Run either *t* tests or ANOVA on your chosen data. This Application requires you to engage in data interpretation and to select the appropriate analyses for your hypotheses and for the data that you have at your disposal. Toward that end, you should consider which analyses will inform the reader and allow you to pursue your questions.

Your submission to your Instructor should include your SPSS output file of your selected statistical analyses in a Word document, along with each of the following elements: your SPSS output, including graphical representations; your narrative interpretation; the governing assumptions of the analyses you ran; the viable and nonviable hypotheses (null and alternative); and the relevant values (such as a *P* value indicating statistical significance or a lack thereof). Be sure to indicate to your Instructor why you selected the analyses that you did. In other words, why did you select t test over ANOVA or vice versa? Why one-way or two-way? How is this analysis related to the hypothesis?

Here is the data information and the data is attached

As part of a larger study, Dana collected data from 20 college students on their emotional responses to classical music. Students listened to two 30-second segments from “The Collection from the Best of Classical Music.” After listening to a segment, students rated it on a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 indicating “Makes me very sad” and 10 indicating “Makes me very happy.” Dana computes a total score (hap_sad) for each student by summing the student’s two ratings. Dana conducts a one-samplet test to evaluate whether classical music makes students sad or happy.

(Green 120)

Green, Samuel B. *Using SPSS for Windows and Macintosh, 8th Edition*. Pearson, 20160719. VitalBook file.

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Run either t tests or ANOVA on your chosen data. This Application requires you to engage in data…