Read sections 6 and 7 from Chapter 11, and complete the questions at the end of each section. Section 6 discusses whether rejection of the null hypothesis should be an all-or-none proposition. Section 7 discusses how to interpret non-significant results; for example, it explains why the null hypothesis should not be accepted, or accepted with caution. This section also describes how a non-significant result can increase confidence that the null hypothesis is false.