Find the correlation between years and cognition. Find the p-value for testing the correlation.

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asked 2020-11-01
Find the correlation between years and cognition.
Find the p-value for testing the correlation.

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From the computer output, the Pearson correlation of years and cognition is -0.366.
The p-value for testing the correlation is 0.015.
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