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Stress and Symptoms This research tested the hypotheses that

4463, statistically significant at p<0001. The null could not be rejected, and by inference the hypothesis was supported.

Results of the Test of Hypothesis 2

Step 1 in the stepwise regression analysis tested the relationship between the level of stress experienced and the number of physical symptoms experienced. The resulting F statistic was 61.0292 indicating that the relationship between the dependent variable and the two independent variables was statistically significant at p<.00001. The coefficient of determination was .27611 indicating that the independent variable explained approximately 27 percent of the variation in the dependent variable.

Step 2 in the stepwise regression analysis tested the relationship between the level of stress experienced and both the number of physical symptoms experienced and the number of behavioral symptoms experienced. The resulting F statistic was 39.93553 indicating that the relationship between the dependent variable and the single independent variable was statistically significant at p<.00001. The coefficient of multiple determination was .33437 indicating that the combination of the two independent variables explained approximately 33 percent of the variation in the dependent variable.

Step 3 in the stepwise regression analysis tested the relationship between the level of stress experienced and both the number of physical symptoms experienced, the number of behavioral symptoms experienced, and the number of c

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