SPSS CUMULATIVE ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSOVERVIEWThis assignment is designed to evaluate the SPSS analytical and APA writing skills that you have developed during the course. Part of a being a successful practitioner in psychology, counseling, social work, and other behavioral science careers is understanding how to intelligently incorporate research findings into practice, and conversely how to design research and analyze data for questions that arise from work in the field. One fundamental aspect of these skills is knowing which statistical test to use for a given research question and how to interpret and effectively communicate the results to your audience. This assignment will present you with five research scenarios and their corresponding research questions. Your job is to choose which statistical test, of the eight you have learned this term, is the correct one for the scenario. You will run the analysis and communicate the outcome in a Results section in current APA format.INSTRUCTIONS The following five research questions can be answered using one of the eight tests you have learned this term, including: independent-samples t-test, paired-samples t-test, one-way ANOVA, two-way ANOVA for independent measures, Pearson correlation coefficient, bivariate linear regression, the chi-square test for goodness of fit, and the chi-square test for independence. Each test will only be used once, and three tests will not be used. Use the information in the tables to construct your SPSS data file, just as you have been doing in each homework assignment. There is only 1 correct choice of analysis for each question. Remember to account for whether the test is 1-tailed or 2-tailed. The assessment is open-book/open-notes. Your answer must include: A) SPSS output, B) Results section in current APA style, and C) the appropriate graph included as an APA-style figure. For ANOVA problems (if applicable): Report statistical findings and make statements for all main effects and interaction effects. Use Tukey’s test for any analyses requiring post hoc tests.