Another week looking at the statistical tests used in psychology, when to use them and why, this time focusing on inferential statistics. It was t-tests, Pearson coefficients and Cramer’s V all the way, with some playing around in SPSS to try it out. Next up it’s the TMA which involves running a little experiment, fiddling around in SPSS with the data, and writing it up as a report. A massive project which I’m going to have to try and fit in around a holiday and studying for an exam (the deadline for the TMA is during my exam).
Hope that you’ve figured out how to change the default tables in SPSS. I recommend Edit > Options > Pivot Tables (then select your prefered style, mine is (unsurprisingly) Academic. Do this once and then all your tables will look better!
Nice tip. At the moment I’m just making sure what I get matches the screenshots.
Excellent, someone else I can bug if I get stuck 🙂
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