Date of Award
Master of Arts
Human Performance and Health Education
Dr. Mary L. Dawson
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The purpose of this investigation was to determine the relationship between total blood cholesterol levels, blood triglyceride levels, and blood HDL levels in men and women 20 to 80 years of age. All subjects fasted for 12 hours prior to having their blood drawn.
The computer program SPSSX (SPSSX, Inc., 1988) was used along with subprograms CONDESCRIPTIVE, CORRELATION, and ANOVA. Pearson Product Moment Correlations were calculated for all subjects, for male subjects, and for female subjects.
The study revealed a low correlation coefficient between blood cholesterol levels and blood triglyceride levels for all subjects, female subjects and male subjects. There was an interaction effect between age group and gender using cholesterol as the dependent variable and there was an interaction effect between age group and gender using triglyceride as the dependent variable.
Babler, "Total Blood Cholesterol, Blood Triglyceride, and Blood HDL Correlation" (1991). Master's Theses. 947.