Creating and Interpreting a Demographic Table
PART 1: BASELINE DEMOGRAPHIC TABLE
1. Familiarize yourself with the Perceived Stress Scale Scoring Instructions and Yoga and Stress Study below.
2. Follow the steps described in this unit and course resources to use SPSS for performing a descriptive statistical analysis for the following selected variables from the Yoga and Stress Study data set linked in Resources: Age, Gender, Race, Military Status, and Pre-intervention Psychological Stress Score.
3. Create a demographic table and populate the table with the results of descriptive analysis. Use How to Create a Demographic Table (linked in Resources).
. Use the type of descriptive statistics most appropriate for the particular kind of data measurement level of each variable being reported.
. Include appropriate univariate statistics for the variables for each treatment group: Age, Gender, Ethnicity, Education, and current Military Status.
. Use appropriate statistics for a given data measurement level.
PART 2: INTERPRETIVE SUMMARY
1. Write a summary narrative about statistical results.
2. Prepare a properly formatted demographic table that includes appropriate univariate statistics for the variables for each treatment group.
. Explain the practical significance of a demographic table.
· Uses appropriate statistics for a given data measurement level and explains how the measurement level was determined.
· descriptive statistics for selected variables in a data set and outlines the steps that were completed to do so.
· Length:2-3 typed, double-spaced pages of content plustitle and reference pages.