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Simple main effect testing and post hoc between-group comparisons of the significant associations with drug and blood glucose self-monitoring revealed that the experimental group had a significantly higher score for drug and blood glucose self-monitoring at the posttest and post-post-test stages (M = 4.
Therefore, the groups could be treated as equal and the null hypothesis, "Mean scores of experimental group and control group do not significantly differ on previous achievement test", is accepted.
The independent sample t-test procedures were used to compare the control and experimental groups on pre-test and post test scores of achievement test.
In the basic part of the lesson, for 15 minutes, the experimental group used a series of exercises with specially selected soccer technical elements.
It was revealed that the subjects in the experimental group had considerably better learning performance than their control group counterparts in posttest with F = 292.
The thickness of interatrial and interventricular septa of experimental group B1 was more than that of control group A1.
The results indicated that there was no statistical significant differences on post PILL scores between the experimental group and the control group, F(1, 93) = 3.
This implies that the experimental group of pupils exposed to the zone of generativity has significantly improved mathematics achievement compared to those exposed to lecture method with groupings.
After formal permission was obtained from concerned authorities of both the institutes, the main study was conducted in the radiation unit of both the hospitals from January 2013 to February 2014 by the investigator itself; 60 samples for the study were selected by simple random sampling and were randomly assigned into experimental group (30) and control group (30).
As shown in Table 1, despite the random group assignment, individuals in the control group were significantly older at the time of the first onset of depression and had significantly longer current episodes of illness than individuals in the experimental group.
The clinical study did not meet its original endpoint, which was that the experimental group lose at least 10 percent more excess weight than the control group.

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