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# SPSS T-Test_2 - • Look at statistical significance for...

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San Jose State University School of Social Work ScWk 298: Spring Semester Instructor: A. D’Andrade ANALYSIS HOW TO’S - T-Test Running the analysis: In data view: Click ANALYZE on the menu bar Select COMPARE MEANS and then INDEPENDENT SAMPLES T-TEST Pull over the DV into the box that says “test variable” Select and pull over the IV into the box that says “grouping variable” Click the DEFINE GROUPS button Select USE SPECIFIED VALUES, and type the code for each of the two groups Click CONTINUE and then OK. Checking assumption of equal variances between groups:

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Unformatted text preview: • Look at statistical significance for the Levene’s test of equal variances. This tests whether the variances are the same. If p<05, the variances are DIFFERENT. It’s okay, you simply need to use the results from the row, “Equal variances not assumed.” If p>.05, variances are the equal (enough), and you use the results from the row, “Equal variances assumed.” ADD SPSS OUTPUT FROM OUR DATA San Jose State University School of Social Work ScWk 298: Spring Semester Instructor: A. D’Andrade...
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