The efficacy of two kinds of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in relation to a clinical population werecompared. The therapies differed on the dimension of how wedded they were to the rational-emotivebehavioral therapy (REBT), a subtype of CBT that emphasizes a directive, confrontational approach toencourage a patient to recognize the irrationality of specific thought patterns. Forty adolescents at aninpatient clinic for treatment of self-destructive behaviors were randomly divided into two groups ofequal size, one of which received the less challenging type of CBT (Treatment A) and one of whichreceived the more challenging kind of CBT (Treatment B). All patients were treated by trained therapistsin one-on-one sessions for 1.5 hours per day (broken down into 45-minute sessions) for six weeks. Allparticipants were apprised that they were part of a study, all participants signed consent forms, and allwere told they would be informed of the results at its conclusion; participants exhibiting any behaviorsthat required critical intervention were promptly treated outside the plan of the study. Outcome dataon the Revised Behavior Problem Checklist (RBPC)-PAR Edition* collected at the conclusion of six weeksas shown below (also found in the Data Set Scenario 3 Excel file).Treatment A Treatment B74 8050 8270 4960 4430 6037 6534 7740 4539 5170 7019 5343 1625 3815 4420 2955 5148 5442 4660 1827 61(Please write using word document, and use excel when performing graphs)IV. ResultsA. Based on your results, determine whether the data provide evidence for a valid effect.B. Explain whether or not the results are statistically significant. Support your response with results from the data analysis.C. Present properly labeled graphs representing the data analysis results detailed clearly for ease of stakeholder interpretation.V. ConclusionA. Explain your interpretation of the data. In other words, based on your results, what do you think the data mean? What are the potentialimplications of this data for the stakeholders? What do these results mean for future research into the topic area?B. Justify the data analysis procedures you used to reach your interpretation.C. Discuss whether it would be appropriate to conduct more statistical procedures to further interpret the data.