This is a simulated counterpart of part of the Sesame Street data presented by Stevens (1996, Appendix A) concerning the effect of the first year of the Sesame street series on the knowledge of 240 children in the age range 34 to 69 months. We will use the following variables: sex; site of child's origin; setting in which Sesame Street is watched; age; whether or not the child is encouraged to watch; Peabody metal age score; score on numbers test before, after and in a follow up measurement; and scores on knowledge of body parts, letters, forms, numbers, relations, and classifications, both before and after watching Sesame Street for a year.
A data frame with 240 rows and 21 variables.
|sex|| ||Sex of the child; 1 = boy, 2 = girl|
|site|| ||Site of the child's origin; 1 = disadvantaged inner city, 2 = advantaged suburban , 3 = advantaged rural, 4 = disadvantaged rural, 5 = disadvantaged Spanish speaking|
|setting|| ||Setting in which the child watches Sesame Street; 1 = at home, 2 = at school|
|age|| ||Age of the child in months|
|viewenc|| ||Whether or not the child is encouraged to watch Sesame Street; 0 = no, 1 = yes|
|peabody|| ||Peabody mental age score of the child; the higher the score the higher the mental age|
|prenumb|| ||score on a numbers test before watching Sesame Street for a year|
|postnumb|| ||score on a numbers test after watching Sesame Street for a year|
|funumb|| ||follow up numbers test score measured one year after postnumb|
|Bb|| ||Knowledge of body parts before|
|Bl|| ||Knowledge of letters before|
|Bf|| ||Knowledge of forms before|
|Bn|| ||Knowledge of numbers before|
|Br|| ||Knowledge of relations before|
|Bc|| ||Knowledge of classifications before|
|Ab|| ||Knowledge of body parts after|
|Al|| ||Knowledge of letters after|
|Af|| ||Knowledge of forms after|
|An|| ||Knowledge of numbers after|
|Ar|| ||Knowledge of relations after|
|Ac|| ||Knowledge of classifications after|
Stevens, J. (1996). Applied Multivariate Statistics for the Social Sciences. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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