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Caffeine in the Body: Research

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Running head: CAFFEINE IN THE BODY, RESEARCH1How Does Caffeine Affect Women And Men Differently?Name:Institutional Affiliations:
Running head: CAFFEINE IN THE BODY, RESEARCH2AbstractThe use of the caffeine as a food additive in daily lives is an important element thatpeople need to have full knowledge. Its impact on the people using the products is of coreimportance. Caffeine is a known stimulant substance that can alter the normal functioning of thebody once it is used. Further, caffeine can create addictive behavior of the persons who are usingit more often. It is in this respect that a study is necessary to be undertaken to understand theimpacts that the caffeine substances can cause in the body. The manner in which the femalepersons interact and get influenced by caffeine is important to analyze. Therefore, there is needto analyze and understand how caffeine would influence the boy based on the generalorientation. However, in this study, the need to confirm that caffeine can influence the boy willbe necessary. As a result, the study focuses on the people who are given the caffeine content andthe people who are not given the substance. The people who are not treated with caffeine areconsidered the control group whose behavior analysis will be used to compare the behavior ofthe people who were given the caffeine substances. Further, it is useful to understand how theelements may vary depending on the amount of caffeine that the people have been treated. Thispaper presents a discussion of the conditions leading to the test of the caffeine influence on thepeople, the sample population used in the study, both for the control experiment and theexperimental data. Further, the study indulges in the development of analysis into the elementsthat may have contributing factors alongside caffeine in the body. As a result, variousassumptions are made that would be necessary to help the researchers make meaningfulinferences from the research study results. The various kinds of analytics tools like lineregression analysis, ANOVA tests, and the t-tests are used to model the analysis of the studyresults.
Running head: CAFFEINE IN THE BODY, RESEARCH3Introduction and Literature ReviewIs there a possibility that caffeine affects women and Men Differently? This is theresearch question that the analysis in this documents needs to model and present in a way thatwill lead to the development of understanding of the research models and concepts. This studydeploys the experimental data that presents how different people reacted to the use of caffeine.The analysis is undertaken using SPSS. The kinds of tests and analysis were undertaken in theprocess include descriptive tests, linear regression analysis, ANOVA analysis and correlationanalysis. The analytical values are presented in tables and graphs for easy reading andinterpretations. This paper, therefore, aims to validate or nullify the null hypothesis, “Caffeinedoes not affect people of different ages in different ways.”The amount of caffeine that people use may have different kinds of impacts on their lives(Satel, 2006). Nehlig and Boyet believe that some caffeine may have a different level of impactson the lives of the consumers, based on the quantity that they consume and the gender of thepersons consuming caffeine (Nehlig & Boyet, 2000 p. 75-7). Notably, caffeine consumption andits impacts on the body can be modeled and studied using the statistical tools of analysis (Leanand Crozier, 2012). Through the development of corresponding knowledge in the field of thestudy, different kinds of analysis can be undertaken to help in examining the extent of thecaffeine use in the body. Some analytical tools are descriptive, and others are inferential. Thedescriptive analysis is considered superficial, showing the basic characteristics of the dataanalyzed in the study (Eriksson et al., 2013). Nonetheless, the descriptive statistical analysismethods provide the foundation for the study. Therefore, the study deploys both the inferentialand the descriptive statistical data analysis. The descriptive data analysis method include theanalysis of the mean, mode, variances and the measures of the standard deviations in some cases.
Running head: CAFFEINE IN THE BODY, RESEARCH4However, the inferential statistical analysis deployed in the study include the linear regressionanalysis, correlational analysis, and analysis of variance (Selvin, 2004).Method Results DiscussionBefore going deep into the data trends and values, it would be useful for the descriptiveanalysis to show the component of the research elements. The descriptive analysis shows themeasures of dispersion alongside the standard deviation and the variance are useful tools thatgive a background insight into the data analyzed (Salkind, 2016). From the research study, itwould be useful to understand the percentage distributions of the various elements in the group.The composition of the mean, median, mode and the standard deviations of the elements presentin the different groups, treated to caffeine or not helps to understand the analyzed data better(Warner, 2008). The following illustrated table shows the descriptive elements of the researchand the analysis that follows.StatisticsGenderAgeExperimentTimeSimpleGNGChoiceNValid160160160160160160Missing000000Mean29.4438330.5811.7624.4527.5612Median26.0000349.2100.3735.4100.4515Mode20.0050.01a.30a.38.38aStd. Deviation1.08990E1223.85582.95458.15175.61571a. Multiple modes exist. The smallest value is shownThere were 160 respondents from the research and among them there were no missingresponses from the research. This shows that all the respondents indicated their gender, age, hadexperiment time recorded and indicted their “simple” parameter. They also had the GNG and thechoice options. Further, understanding the distribution of the people regarding gender is
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