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Anxiety Level and Simon Task in Young and Adults : Report

   

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TABLE OF CONTENTSRelationship between anxiety and cognitive inhibition control in case of yound and elderlyadults1Anxiety level and Simon task......................................................................................................1Anxiety level and Go, no go........................................................................................................2Anxiety level and Stroop.............................................................................................................3High anxiety will cause poorer cognitive inhibition........................................................................5Coorelation interpretation................................................................................................................5APPENDIX......................................................................................................................................7...................................................................................................................................................10
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Relationship between anxiety and cognitive inhibition control in case of youndand elderly adultsSimon taskAnxiety level and Simon taskSimon task is the test that is conducted to identify rate at which response given by anindividual in respect to stimulus factors in accurate manner. By considering anxiety factor rate ofresponse is measured in respect to stimulus in terms of accuracy. Means that impact on anxietyon response time and accuracy level is measured by using this test.Descriptive statisticsMean value in case of Simon group is (M=35.22) and standard devation is followed bycompatible and incompatible category where mean and standard deviation is (M=552.19,SD=113.710) and (M=587.19, SD=113.710). Values deviate at same rate across compatible andincompatible category.ANNOVADifference among old and young people in respect to go testCompatible groupH0: There is no significent mean difference between old and young age group in terms ofcompatible category.H1: There is significent mean difference between old and young age group in terms ofcompatible category.1 | P a g e
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ANNOVA value of level of significence is 0.00<0.05 and this reflects that there isstatistical difference between both age group in terms of compatibility. This means that oldpeople cognitive inhibition rate is slower then young people. Altenrative hypothesis accepted.Incompatible groupH0: There is no significent mean difference between old and young age group in terms ofincompatible category.H1:There is significent mean difference between old and young age group in terms ofincompatible category.Value of level of significence in respect to age groups is 0.00<0.05 which reflectstatistical significent difference between them. Incompatible rank may be high for old people isand same for young people may be less and it can be said that old people are more incompatiblethen youngsters. Altenrative hypothesis accepted.2 | P a g e
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Simon column is considered for performing calcualtion and it is reflecting accuracy levelof individuals when they respond to stimulus factor. Data points that are in column of Simon arereflecting how accurately respondents respond to stimuli.Komogorov Smirnov testValue of test is greater then 0.05 which indicate that variables are normally distributedand justified application of parametric test.Old male, female comparison in terms of compatible, incompatible and simonH0: Old male and females are not significently different in terms of factors compatible,incompatible and simon.H1: Old male and females are significently different in terms of factors compatible, incompatibleand simon.Value of level of significence is 0.560>0.05 for compatible, 0.475>0.05 for incompatibleand 0.933>0.05 for simon. All these facts reflects that there is no significent mean differencebetween old male and female in terms of these factors.Kolmogorov test is reflecting that data is normally distributed as its value is more then0.05 across all categories.Young male and female comparison in terms of compatible, incompatible and simonH0: Young male and females are not significently different in terms of factors compatible,incompatible and simon.H1: Young male and females are significently different in terms of factors compatible,incompatible and simon.Value of level of significence is greater then 0.05 in case of simon tast and same is lessthen 0.05 in case of compatible and incompatible category. It can be said that there is nosignificent mean difference between young male and female in case of simon tast but differenceterms of compatible, incompatible. Means that in respect to simon test any big difference is notobserved in accuracy level of young male and female. But in case of compatible andincompatible category it is identified that accuracy level of both groups was different.Go/NoGo task3 | P a g e
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Anxiety level and Go, no goGo and no go task is the test under which stimuli is presented before respondent and ithave to binary decision on each stimulus. In experiment partcipant make motor response (go)and withhold a response (no go). Rate at which individual respond to stimuli is measured in thistask and same is analyzed by considering anxiety factor across different groups.Descriptive statisticsMean and standard deviation is (M=455.07,SD=73.74) in case of go test and same is2000 and 0.00 in case of no go category. It can be said that value of go test is less but deviatemore in comparison to no go.Kolmorov testValue of level of significence is 0.200>0.05 which means data is normally distributed forgender and agr groups. Parametric test will be applied on dataset.Difference among old and young people in respect to go testH0: There is no significent mean difference between old and youngsters in respect to go testvalues.H1: There is significent mean difference between old and youngsters in respect to go test values.Value of level of significence is 0.00<0.05 and mean standard deviation in case ofyoungsters is (M=419,SD=51) and same for old adults is (M=491,SD=75). Hence, alternativehypothesis accepted.Difference among young male and female in respect to go testH0: There is no significent mean difference between young male and female in respect to go testvalues.H1: There is significent mean difference between young male and female in respect to go testvalues.Value of level of significence is 0.644 which reflect that there is no significent meandifference between both groups in terms of go test values. Thus, null hypothesis accepted.Difference among old male and old female in respect to go test4 | P a g e
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H0: There is no significent mean difference between old male and old female in respect to go testvalues.H1: There is significent mean difference between old male and old in respect to go test values.Value of level of significence is 963>0.05 and this reflect that there is no mean differencebetween both groups in respect to go test. Hence, null hypothesis accepted.Stroop TaskAnxiety level and StroopUnder stroop test reaction time is measured like other tests. In this test different colourare given and same are labelled by varied colour. By doing so accuracy level and reaction time ismeausred. In present research anxiety factor and stroop results are considered for analysispurpose.Descriptive statisticsMean and standard deviation for stroop w is (M=566,SD=111) and same for stroop c is(M=780,SD127). It can be said that score in case of latter one is higher and deviate more thenformer one.Kolmorov testValue of level of significence is greater then 0.05 and data is normally distributed.Difference among old and young people in respect to stroop testH0: There is no significent mean difference between old and youngsters in respect to stroop wand c test values.H1: There is significent mean difference between old and youngsters in respect to stroop w and ctest values.Value of level of significence is 0.04<0.05 in case of stroop w and 0.00<0.05 in case ofstroop c which means that stroop w and c results are different in case of both groups. Hence, nullhypothesis is accepted. It can be said that cognitive inhibitory control is older adult group isslower then young group.Difference among young male and female in respect to stroop w and c testH0: There is no significent mean difference between young male and female in respect to stroopw and c test values.5 | P a g e
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H1: There is significent mean difference between young male and female in respect to stroop wand c test values.Value of level of significence is 0.164>0.05 for stroop w and 0.34>0.05 for stroop c thisagain reflect that young make and female does not have different score in stoop w test. Nullhypothesis accepted.Difference among old male and old female in respect to stroop w and c testH0: There is no significent mean difference between old male and old female in respect to stoopw and c test values.H1: There is significent mean difference between old male and old in respect to stroop w and ctest values.Value of level of significence is more then 0.05 in case of stroop w and c which meansthere is no significent difference between old male and female. Thus, null hypothesis is accepted.6 | P a g e
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