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# Enter data of Q5 on p. 273 to spss, and perform an independent samples t-test. (When you enter the data, make husband and wife as one variable,...

- 1. Enter data of Q5 on p. 273 to spss, and perform an independent samples t-test. (When you enter the data, make husband and wife as one variable, assign husband =1 and wife =2. If you do not know how to enter this data, check the first video on how gender is entered in spss.)a. What are the mean scores on attitude-toward-smoking for husbands and wives?b. At the significance level of .05, are husband and wife significantly different in their attitudes toward smoking?2. Enter data of Q7 on p. 274 to spss and perform a dependent sample t-test. (Hint: Make prestress and poststress as two different variables. If you do not know how to enter this data, check the last video from the previous week.)a. What are the mean scores of stress prior to and after the exposure to stressful situation?b. At the significance level of .10, are the two scores significantly different?