1. In a study examining cardiovascular responses to embarrassment, Harris asked participants to sing the Star Spangled Banner in front

1. In a study examining cardiovascular responses to embarrassment, Harris asked participants to sing the Star Spangled Banner in front

1. In a study examining cardiovascular responses to embarrassment, Harris asked participants to sing the Star Spangled Banner in front of a video camera while she recorded their heart rate and blood pressure. The data indicate that heart rate increases a quickly during the first minute of an embarrassing episode, then drops quickly during the second minute. BP, on the other hand, increases steadily for a full 2 minutes before gradually returning to normal. Following are heart rate data similar to the research results. Use a repeated measure ANOVA with alpha .05a. State the hypothesis: b. State the Ho: c. State the Hi: d. Conduct a repeated measures ANOVA test and write your conclusion. e. If there is a significant difference perform a Tukey HSD using an alpha .05 and explain your finding: Person Baseline 1 Minute 2 MinutesA 74 88 75B 76 90 77C 78 89 76D 76 85 76


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