2. The pulse rates of the participants should be taken as they seek the missing number3. After they have finished doing the Dot-to-Dot, take a pulse rate4. Debrief the participants. Explain the exact aim of the experiment and allow them to ask questions, and give access to the results after completion of the experiment.ResultsTable 1: Data table showing pulse rates and personality scorePR1 is the pulse rate before the taskPR2 is the pulse rate during the task PR3 is the pulse rate after the taskA parametric test is used in comparing the pulse rates of Personality type A and B. The standard deviation of both personalities is almost the same in both groups. Nine participant s were used in the experiment. The participants were not matched therefore an independent subjects design which is comparing the pulse rate of both personalities. The distribution of both groups was normal. The null hypothesis was rejected since it was level of significance with a p-value of less than 5%. This is a two-tailed test. Different and unpredictable circumstances can cause stress. Events such as pressures to work deadlines, job insecurity such as downsizing and family demands may cause stress. The results indicated that there was significant difference in the rate of pulse rates when undertaking a mild stressful activity. Psychological Stress.
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