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Appendix A. Sample Size Calculation

As the dependent variable for the project was quantitative, the sample size was calculated based on a parameter estimate of the population mean (McClave, Benson, & Sincich, 2011, pp. 297-299)

The sample size was calculated in the following manner:

Research team estimated a mean reaction score to HIV medication of 3.9 based on data collected

A z-score of 1.96 was applied for a 95% confidence interval

A 5% margin of error was desired, resulting in sampling error value of .20 (3.9 * .05 = .20)

Required minimum sample size was calculated to be 102 participants

Stratified random sample of 102 participants from each sex was collected so that other trends could be explored further if desired

Appendix B. Data Used in Study

Table B1

Study Data (N = 204)

 Observation Sex Viral Load Count (in ml) 1 1 125 2 2 200 3 1 210 4 2 40 5 1 46 6 2 320 7 1 500 8 2 950 9 1 600 10 2 258 11 1 456 12 2 358 13 1 921 14 2 125 15 1 147 16 2 753 17 1 159 18 2 456 19 1 625 20 2 936 21 1 44 22 2 79 23 1 900 24 2 950 25 1 850 26 2 200 27 1 120 28 2 785 29 1 541 30 2 258

Note. Coding for Sex: , 2 = FBODY

Table B1

Study Data (N = 204)(continued)

 Observation Sex Viral Load Count (in ml) 31 1 45 32 2 941 33 1 233 34 2 333 35 1 546 36 2 487 37 1 876 38 2 249 39 1 100 40 2 70 41 1 241 42 2 40 43 1 490 44 2 100 45 1 950 46 2 925 47 1 175 48 2 300 49 1 350 50 2 400 51 1 150 52 2 240 53 1 230 54 2 120 55 1 222 56 2 850 57 1 740 58 2 620 59 1 500 60 2 159

Note. Coding for Sex: 1= MBODY, 2 = FBODY

Table B1

Study Data (N = 204)(continued)

 Observation Sex Viral Load Count (in ml) 61 1 753 62 2 410 63 1 852 64 2 741 65 1 321 66 2 654 67 1 789 68 2 879 69 1 842 70 2 520 71 1 153 72 2 40 73 1 45 74 2 300 75 1 45 76 2 100 77 1 150 78 2 200 79 1 300 80 2 241 81 1 100 82 2 875 83 1 950 84 2 775 85 1 357 86 2 175 87 1 75 88 2 50 89 1 45 90 2 320

Note. Coding for Sex: 1= Male, 2 = Female

Table B1

Study Data (N = 204)(continued)

 Observation Sex Viral Load Count (in ml) 91 1 500 92 2 200 93 1 220 94 2 100 95 1 110 96 2 903 97 1 41 98 2 101 99 1 541 100 2 758 101 1 945 102 2 125 103 1 147 104 2 100 105 1 50 106 2 60 107 1 75 108 2 145 109 1 258 110 2 250 111 1 312 112 2 410 113 1 910 114 2 890 115 1 360 116 2 750 117 1 40 118 2 42 119 1 54 120 2 67

Note. Coding for Sex: 1= Male, 2 = Female

Table B1

Study Data (N = 204) (continued)

 Observation Sex Viral Load Count (in ml) 121 1 950 122 2 40 123 1 910 124 2 103 125 1 402 126 2 520 127 1 870 128 2 101 129 1 45 130 2 56 131 1 201 132 2 362 133 1 258 134 2 258 135 1 369 136 2 880 137 1 147 138 2 369 139 1 950 140 2 852 141 1 753 142 2 49 143 1 541 144 2 54 145 1 52 146 2 568 147 1 450 148 2 325 149 1 159 150 2 333

Note. Coding for Sex: 1= Male, 2 = Female

Table B1

Study Data (N = 204)(continued)

 Observation Sex Viral Load Count (in ml) 151 1 40 152 2 950 153 1 50 154 2 750 155 1 60 156 2 850 157 1 855 158 2 755 159 1 65 160 2 102 161 1 100 162 2 500 163 1 744 164 2 75 165 1 40 166 2 523 167 1 500 168 2 230 169 1 600 170 2 100 171 1 250 172 2 40 173 1 180 174 2 170 175 1 290 176 2 375 177 1 640 178 2 650 179 1 100 180 2 40

Note. Coding for Sex: 1= Male, 2 = Female

Table B1

Study Data (N = 204)(continued)

 Observation Sex Viral Load Count (in ml) 181 1 950 182 2 850 183 1 855 184 2 754 185 1 890 186 2 910 187 1 745 188 2 775 189 1 875 190 2 40 191 1 925 192 2 475 193 1 210 194 2 300 195 1 45 196 2 950 197 1 78 198 2 105 199 1 650 200 2 409 201 1 195 202 2 40 203 1 42 204 2 947

Note. Coding for Sex: 1= Male, 2 = Female

Appendix C. Graphs

Figure C1. Frequency distribution for the qualitative independent variable- Sex (N = 204).

Figure C2. Frequency distribution for the quantitative dependent variable ? Viral load count (in ml) (N = 204).

Appendix D. Descriptive Statistics

Table D1

Descriptive Statistics ? Sex

 Sex Number of Observations Percent of Observations Men 102 50% Women 102 50%

Table D2

Descriptive Statistics ? Viral load count

 Attribute Value Count 204 Mean 400.40 Median 300 Standard Deviation 318.62 Minimum 40 Maximum 950 Range 910 Interquartile range 642.50 Confidence Interval 356.67 to 444.12 Test for Normality Chi-square () 142.941

p-value                                                                           <.0001

Note. The results of the chi-square goodness-of-fit test indicated that at a 95% confidence level the null hypothesis was rejected that the sample data came from a normal distribution.

Appendix E. Inferential Statistics

Table E1

Inferential Statistics ? Two Independent Sample t-test Comparing Reaction time to HIV Drug to Men and Women

N         M            SD                t           df                    p

Male                            102      404.10    316.73      0.17         201                  p = 0.8687

Female                         102      396.70   322.03

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Distribution: State if not normally distributed

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Distribution: State if not normally distributed

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Appendix A

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