The following are the results of SPSS OUTPUT from research data on leadership talent among student leaders at Universiti Gemilang. Perform the analysis based on the following guidelines

  1. Who is the population in this study?
  2. How many samples are involved?EXAM 1

SCHEDULE 1

Descriptive Statistics
MeanStd. Deviation
Attitude of Tolerance69.37259.76425153
Self-Confidence25.50336.90073153

SCHEDULE 2

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Correlations
Attitude of ToleranceSelf-Confidence
Attitude of TolerancePearson Correlation.844**
Sig. (2-tailed).000
153153
Self-ConfidencePearson Correlation.844**1
Sig. (2-tailed).000
153153
**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).
  1. Name the statistical inference test used in SCHEDULE 1 and 2?
  1. List the variables used and state the scale of measurement used for the variables listed.

Variable 1:

Variable 2:

Measurement scale of variable 1:

Measurement scale of variable 2:

  1. Construct null hypotheses and choice/alternative hypotheses

Hipotesis nol (H0):

Hipotesis pilihan (H1):

  1. Explain about descriptive statistical analysis data?
  2. Write down the decision of statistical inference analysis?
  3. Draw conclusions from inference statistical analysis decisions and state whether the null hypothesis may be rejected or fail to be rejected?
Question at attach 1

JADUAL 3

Correlations

Level OfEducationOverall JobSatisfaction
Spearman’s rho Level OfCorrelation Coefficient1.000.514**
EducationSig. (2-tailed)..000
153153
Overall JobCorrelation Coefficient.514**1.000
SatisfactionSig. (2-tailed).000.
153153

**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).

  1. Name the statistical inference test used in TABLE 3?
  2. List the variables used and state the measurement scale used for the variables listed.

Variable 1:

Variable 2:

Measurement scale of variable 1:

Measurement scale of variable 2:

  1. Construct the null hypothesis and the choice/alternative hypothesis?

Hypothesis zero:

Selected hypotheses:

  1. Write the results of inferential statistical analysis?
  2. Draw conclusions from the results of inferential statistical analysis and state whether the null hypothesis can be rejected or fail to be rejected?

EXZAM 3
SCHEDULE 4

ModelR SquareAdjusted R SquareStd. Error of the Es- timate
.844a.713.7115.24946

b. Predictors: (Constant), Self-ConfidenceSCHEDULE 5

ANOVAa

ModelSum of SquaresdfMean SquareFSig.
1 Regression10330.681110330.681374.886.000b
Residual4161.08415127.557
Total14491.765152
  1. Dependent Variable: Attitude of Tolerance
  2. Predictors: (Constant), Self-Confidence

SCHEDULE 6

Coefficientsa
UnstandardizedCoefficientsStandardized Coefficients
ModelStd. ErrorBetatSig.
(Constant)38.9051.63023.870.000
Self-Confidence1.195.062.84419.362.000
a. Dependent Variable: Attitude of Tolerance
  1. Name the statistical inference test used in SCHEDULE 4, 5 and 6?
  2. List the variables used and state the scale of measurement used for the variables listed ?

Dependent variable:

Independent variable:

Dependent variable measurement scale:

Independent variable measurement scale:

  1. Construct null hypotheses and choice/alternative hypotheses.

The null hypothesis (H0):

Choice hypothesis (H1):

  1. Write the resulting equation from TABLE 6?
  2. Write the results of inferential statistical analysis?
  3. Draw conclusions from the results of the inferential statistical analysis and state whether the null hypothesis can be rejected or fail to be rejected?
Question at attach 2

SCHEDULE 7

GroupStatistics
ResidenceMeanStd. DeviationStd. Error Mean
Self-ConfidenceRural7020.44295.60961.67048
Urban8329.77114.63635.50891

SCHEDULE8

Independent Samples Test
Levene’s Testfor Equality of Variancest-test for Equality of Means
Sig.dfSig. (2-tailed)Mean DifferenceStd. Error Difference
Self- Confi- denceEqual variancesassumed1.425.234-11.262151.000-9.32823.82829
Equal variances not assumed-11.082133.985.000-9.32823.84174
  1. Name the statistical inference test used in TABLES 7 and 8?
  2. List the variables used and state the measurement scale used for the variables listed.

Dependent variable:

Independent variable:

Dependent variable measurement scale:

Independent variable measurement scale:

  1. Construct the null hypothesis and the choice/alternative hypothesis.

Hypothesis zero (H0):

Selected hypothesis (H1):

  1. Explain about descriptive statistical analysis data?
  2. Write down the decision of statistical inference analysis?
  3. Draw conclusions from inference statistical analysis decisions and state whether the null hypothesis may be rejected or fail to be rejected?
Question at attach 3

SCHEDULE 9

Paired SamplesStatistics
MeanStd. DeviationStd. ErrorMean
Pair 1Self-Confidence before cop- ing skill training25.50331536.90073.55789
Self-Confidence after coping skill training29.96081536.11500.49437

SCHEDULE10

Paired SamplesCorrelations
NCorrelationSig.
Pair 1Self-Confidence before coping skill training &Self-Confidence after copingskill training153.902.000

SCHEADUL11

Paired Samples Test

Paired Differences

95% Confidence In- terval of the Differ-

Mean

Std. De- viation

Std. Error Mean

ence Lower Upper

t df

Sig. (2-

tailed)

Pair 1

Self-Confidence before coping skill training

Self-Confidence after coping skill

Training-4.45752 2.98017 .24093 -4.93352 -3.98151 -18.501 152 .000

  1. Name the inferential statistical tests used in TABLES 9, 10 and 11.?
  2. List the variables used and state the measurement scale used for the variables listed.

Variable 1:

Variable 2:

Measurement scale of variable 1:

Measurement scale of variable 2:

  1. Construct the null hypothesis and the choice/alternative hypothesis.

Hypothesis zero (H0):

Selected hypothesis (H1):

  1. Explain about descriptive statistical analysis data.?
  2. Write the results of inferential statistical analysis.
  3. Draw conclusions from the results of inferential statistical analysis and state whether the null hypothesis can be rejected or fail to be rejected.
Question at attach 4

SCHEDUL 12

Descriptives
Attitude of Tolerance
95% Confidence Intervalfor Mean
Leadership StyleMeanStd. Devia-tionStd. ErrorLowerBoundUpperBoundMini-mumMaxi-mum
Authoritative3066.53339.500391.7345362.985870.080853.0087.00
Affiliative3764.91898.677491.4265762.025767.812153.0082.00
Democratic4572.91117.783501.1603070.572775.249558.0089.00
Coaching4171.585410.906361.7032968.142975.027850.0088.00
Total15369.37259.76425.7893967.813070.932150.0089.00

SCHEDUL13

ANOVA
Attitude of Tolerance
Sum of SquaresdfMean SquareSig.
Between Groups1739.9463579.9826.777.000
Within Groups12751.81914985.583
Total14491.765152
  1. Name the inferential statistical tests used in TABLES 12 and 13.?
  2. List the variables used and state the measurement scale used for the variables listed.

Dependent variable:

Independent variable:

Dependent variable measurement scale:

Independent variable measurement scale:

  1. Construct the null hypothesis and the choice/alternative hypothesis.

Hypothesis zero (H0):

Selected hypothesis (H1):

  1. Explain about descriptive statistical analysis data.?
  2. Write the results of inferential statistical analysis?
  3. Draw conclusions from the results of inferential statistical analysis and state whether the null hypothesis can be rejected or fail to be rejected?
Question at attach 5

SCHEDULE 14

Leadership Style * Residence Crosstabulation
Residence
RuralUrbanTotal
Leadership StyleAuthoritativeCount151530
Expected Count13.716.330.0
% of Total9.8%9.8%19.6%
AffiliativeCount251237
Expected Count16.920.137.0
% of Total16.3%7.8%24.2%
DemocraticCount162945
Expected Count20.624.445.0
% of Total10.5%19.0%29.4%
CoachingCount142741
Expected Count18.822.241.0
% of Total9.2%17.6%26.8%
TotalCount7083153
Expected Count70.083.0153.0
% of Total45.8%54.2%100.0%

SCHEDULE15

Chi-Square Tests
ValuedfAsymptotic Signifi-cance (2-sided)
Pearson Chi-Square11.423a.010
Likelihood Ratio11.564.009
Linear-by-Linear Association5.334.021
N of Valid Cases153
a. 0 cells (0.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected count is 13.73.

SCHEADULE16

Symmetric Measures
ValueApproximate Significance
Nominal by NominalPhi.273.010
Cramer’s V.273.010
Contingency Coefficient.264.010
N of Valid Cases153
  1. Name the inferential statistical tests used in TABLES 14, 15 and 16.?
  2. List the variables used and state the measurement scale used for the variables listed.?

Variable 1:

Variable 2:

Measurement scale of variable 1:

Measurement scale of variable 2:

  1. Construct the null hypothesis and the choice/alternative hypothesis.?

Hypothesis zero (H0):

Selected hypothesis (H1):

  1. Explain about descriptive statistical analysis data.?
  2. Write the results of inferential statistical analysis.?
  3. Draw conclusions from the results of inferential statistical analysis and state whether the null hypothesis can be rejected or fail to be rejected?

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