# 15. B. please!! 15) (6) Among other benefits, pets are thought to be great companions that...

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15) (6) Among other benefits, pets are thought to be great companions that increase life satisfaction among pet owners, especially those who would otherwise live alone. A psychologist decides to test this notion. Subjects who live with others or who live alone (Factor A: living status) and own pets or do not (Factor B: pet owner status) were asked to indicate how satisfied they were with their living arrangements. It was expected that (x) pet owners would report greater overall satisfaction than those who did not have pets and that (y) this benefit would be stronger among those who live alone. Hypothetical data from a study like this appear below (higher scores indicate greater life satisfaction): Factor B: pet owner yes no M = 9.0 M= 6.0 M = 8.0 M = 3.0 does not live alone lives alone Factor A: living status
b. (3) Which expectation (choose one: xory) corresponds to an interaction? In addition to choosing i or ii, say whether it appears that this expectation has been met AND say how you know this.

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