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    Hi. Okay so i'm writing a portfolio and i have to include 5 operationalised hypotheses.
    My report is a write up of a study on the evolutionary ans social factors in sexual jealousy.
    Im reporting a 3 way ANOVA and i need to clearly phrase operationalised hypothese for the following..

    The main effect of sex
    The main effect of infidelity type
    The main effect of scenario type
    The three-way interaction between the factors, and if this is not significant is the two way interaction between sex and infidelity type significant?
    Did the covariate predict the DV?

    Any help would be appreciated, im completely lost x
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    I'm only doing A Level Psychology, so i'd like to apologise in advance incase anything I say doesn't help at all but I suppose it's worth a try ^_^

    I have been taught to basically make it measurable, putting something on a scale for example
    If I wanted to predict a relationship between revision and exams
    Non Operationalised: I predict people who revise will do better on an exam
    Operationalised: I predict people who revise will get a higher percentage/score on an exam
 
 
 
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