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veraday veraday
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In the parent involvement study (Deslandes & Bertrand, 2005), the researchers state a finding in paragraph 27:

"Parents' perceptions of students' invitations in the social domain was the most powerful predictor; it accounted for an additional 28% of the variance (beta = .35, p < .001)."
From looking at the p value you would conclude
A) that the partial results indicated a significant p value of .001.
B) that the probability alpha level was set too low.
C) that the authors should have set an exact p value.
D) that the results were statistically significant.
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