Running head: UNIT 5 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT BUSN311 by Barbara Ryals Quantitative Methods and Analysis Irene Tsapara November 7, 2010 Benefits| Intrinsic| | | | | | | | | 1. 4| 5. 5| correl| | | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 5| 0. 209015| | | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 2| | | | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 3| SUMMARY OUTPUT| | | | | | | 4. 5| 4. 7| | | | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 5| Regression Statistics| | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 2| Multiple R| 0. 209015| | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 3| R Square| 0. 043687| | | | | | | 4. 5| 4. 7| Adjusted R Square| 0. 009533| | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 4| Standard Error| 0. 396714| | Intrinsic is higher | | | | 6. 2| 6. | Observations| 30| | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 2| | | | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 3| ANOVA| | | | | | | | 4. 5| 4. 7|  | df| SS| MS| F| Significance F| | | 5. 4| 5. 4| Regression| 1| 0. 20131| 0. 20131| 1. 279119| 0. 267657| | | 6. 2| 6. 2| Residual| 28| 4. 40669| 0. 157382| | | | | 6. 2| 5. 2| Total| 29| 4. 608|  |  |  | | | 5. 4| 5. 5| | | | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 2|  | Coefficients| Standard Error| t Stat| P-value| Lower 95%| Upper 95%| Lower 95. 0%| 2. 3| 5. 3| Intercept| 5. 068053| 0. 234247| 21. 63549| 5. 11E-19| 4. 58822| 5. 547887| 4. 58822| 4. 5| 4. 7| X Variable 1| 0. 053004| 0. 046866| 1. 130981| 0. 267657| -0. 43| 0. 149004| -0. 043| 5. 4| 5. 4| | 6. 2| 6. 2| | 6. 2| 5. 2| | 5. 1| 5. 6| | 2. 3| 5. 3| | 4. 5| 4. 7| | 5. 4| 5. 5| | 6. 2| 5. 2| | 2. 3| 5. 3| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Benefits| Extrinsic| | | | | | | | | 1. 4| 6. 8| | correl| | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 5| | -0. 70577| | | | | | | 6. 2| 4. 6| SUMMARY OUTPUT| | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 7| | | | | | | | | 4. 5| 5. 6| Regression Statistics| | Extrinsic is greater | | | | 5. 4| 5. 5| Multiple R| 0. 705771| | | | | | | 6. 2| 4. 6| R Square| 0. 498112| | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 7| Adjusted R Square| 0. 480187| | | | | | | 4. 5| 5. 6| Standard Error| 0. 71839| | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 6| Observations| 30| | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 5| | | | | | | | | 6. 2| 4. 6| ANOVA| | | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 7|  | df| SS| MS| F| Significance F| | | 4. 5| 5. 6| Regression| 1| 3. 84227| 3. 84227| 27. 78934| 1. 32E-05| | | 5. 4| 5. 6| Residual| 28| 3. 871397| 0. 138264| | | | | 6. 2| 5. 5| Total| 29| 7. 713667|  |  |  | | | 6. 2| 4. 6| | | | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 5|  | Coefficients| Standard Error| t Stat| P-value| Lower 95%| Upper 95%| Lower 95. 0%| 6. 2| 4. 6| Intercept| 6. 477369| 0. 219559| 29. 50168| 1. 24E-22| 6. 027622| 6. 927116| 6. 027622| 2. 3| 5. 7| X Variable 1| -0. 23156| 0. 43927| -5. 27156| 1. 32E-05| -0. 32154| -0. 14158| -0. 32154| 4. 5| 5. 6| | 5. 4| 5. 6| | 6. 2| 5. 5| | 6. 2| 4. 6| | 5. 1| 4. 8| | 2. 3| 5. 7| | 4. 5| 5. 6| | 5. 4| 5. 5| | 6. 2| 4. 6| | 2. 3| 5. 7| | | | | | | | | | | | Benefits| Job Satisfaction| | | | | | | | | | | 1. 4| 5. 2| correl| | | | | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 1| -0. 26737| | Job satisfaction is greater than| | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 8| | | Those who are not. | | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 5| SUMMARY OUTPUT| | | | | | | | | 4. 5| 3. 2| | | | | | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 2| Regression Statistics| | | | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 1| Multiple R| 0. 267367| | | | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. | R Square| 0. 071485| | | | | | | | | 4. 5| 5. 3| Adjusted R Square| 0. 038324| | | | | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 9| Standard Error| 0. 785675| | | | | | | | | 6. 2| 3. 7| Observations| 30| | | | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 5| | | | | | | | | | | 2. 3| 5. 8| ANOVA| | | | | | | | | | 4. 5| 5. 3|  | df| SS| MS| F| Significance F| | | | | 5. 4| 5. 9| Regression| 1| 1. 33067| 1. 33067| 2. 15568| 0. 153189| | | | | 6. 2| 3. 7| Residual| 28| 17. 284| 0. 617286| | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 5| Total| 29| 18. 61467|  |  |  | | | | | 5. 4| 5. 2| | | | | | | | | | | 6. 2| 5. 1|  | Coefficients| Standard Error| t Stat| P-value| Lower 5%| Upper 95%| Lower 95. 0%| Upper 95. 0%| | 2. 3| 5. 8| Intercept| 5. 794422| 0. 463917| 12. 49022| 5. 76E-13| 4. 844132| 6. 744713| 4. 844132| 6. 744713| | 4. 5| 5. 3| X Variable 1| -0. 13627| 0. 092816| -1. 46822| 0. 153189| -0. 3264| 0. 05385| -0. 3264| 0. 05385| | 5. 4| 5. 9| | | | 6. 2| 3. 7| | | | 6. 2| 5. 5| | | | 5. 1| 5. 6| | | | 2. 3| 5. 5| | | | 4. 5| 3. 2| | | | 5. 4| 5. 2| | | | 6. 2| 5. 1| | | | 2. 3| 5. 8| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Job satisfaction shows the greatest correlation, and intrinsic and extrinsic shows simalarities.