Question: the null hypothesis is genetic and environmental influences effects on...
The null hypothesis is: Genetic and environmental influences effects on exercise ability may explain the high heritability of exercise behavior in adolescents’ phase of life.
The alternative hypothesis is: Genetic and environmental reveal a lot about the ethics of individuals that is not apparent from the high heritability of exercise behavior in adolescents
Statistical Significance. looking at these hypotheses, If conducted a statistical test based on these hypotheses and found a statistically significant result, what would that mean from both a statistical and practical standpoint? (Be sure to use the phrases “null hypothesis” and “effect size” in your answer).