Question Answered step-by-step The researchers also conducted post hoc simple effects tests to…The researchers also conducted post hoc simple effects tests to determine which means differed.Results suggested that there was a “statistically significant increase in the percentage of time participants reported feeling happy for both the cognitive imagery condition, t(21) = 5.72, p < 0.0001, Cohen's d = 1.25, and the memorabilia condition, t(20) = 3.22, p < 0.003, d = 0.70, but not for the control condition, t(21) = 0.10, p < 0.92, d = 0.02" (Bryant et al., 2005, p. 245).Question 25 of 392 PointsBased on these results, which type of reminiscing is most effective at changing happiness? A.Memorabilia B.Control C.Cognitive imageryReset Selection Question 26 of 393 PointsFor the previous question: What evidence do you have? A.The Cohen's d effect size was 1.25 for imagery, 0.70 for memorabilia, and 0.02 for the control condition B.There is not enough information to make an informed decision C.The p value was .00001 for imagery, .003 for memorabilia, and .92 for the control condition D.The degrees of freedom were 21 for imagery, 20 for memorabilia, and 21 for the control conditionReset Selection Question 27 of 392 PointsWhat additional statistic(s) might you want to see with this analysis? A.Eta or omega-square to determine the proportion of variance in happiness explained by the interaction B.A confidence interval around each mean difference C.A multiple regression model predicting happiness from condition D.The correlation between condition and happinessReset Selection Math PSYC 210