TABLE ANOVA

TABLE ANOVA - Mean Difference(I-J Std Error Sig Lower Bound...

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San Jose State University School of Social Work ScWk 298: Spring Semester Instructor: A. D’Andrade FORMATTING TABLES - ANOVA This output shows you first what the SPSS output looks like from an ANOVA and then how that output should look in an APA formatted table. Oneway ANOVA Descriptives DEVELOP 10 51.80 10.174 3.217 44.52 59.08 25 60 10 38.60 7.933 2.509 32.93 44.27 22 48 10 27.80 14.038 4.439 17.76 37.84 15 59 30 39.40 14.576 2.661 33.96 44.84 15 60 white black other Total N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Lower Bound Upper Bound 95% Confidence Interval for Mean Minimum Maximum ANOVA DEVELOP 2889.600 2 1444.800 11.924 .000 3271.600 27 121.170 6161.200 29 Between Groups Within Groups Total Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Post Hoc Tests Multiple Comparisons Dependent Variable: DEVELOP Scheffe 13.20* 4.923 .041 .45 25.95 24.00* 4.923 .000 11.25 36.75 -13.20* 4.923 .041 -25.95 -.45 10.80 4.923 .109 -1.95 23.55 -24.00* 4.923 .000 -36.75 -11.25 -10.80 4.923 .109 -23.55 1.95 (J) RACE black other white other white black (I) RACE white black other

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Unformatted text preview: Mean Difference (I-J) Std. Error Sig. Lower Bound Upper Bound 95% Confidence Interval The mean difference is significant at the .05 level. *. San Jose State University School of Social Work ScWk 298: Spring Semester Instructor: A. D’Andrade Homogeneous Subsets DEVELOP Scheffe a 10 27.80 10 38.60 10 51.80 .109 1.000 RACE other black white Sig. N 1 2 Subset for alpha = .05 Means for groups in homogeneous subsets are displayed. Uses Harmonic Mean Sample Size = 10.000. a. Table 1 Bivariate Analyses: Level of Child Development by Gender and Race Level of Child Development Mean (SD) Significant Differences Race [W] White [B] Black [O] Other 51.80 (10.17) 38.60 (7.93) 27.80 (14.04) W > B * W > O *** Alpha using two-tailed tests * p < .05 ** p < .01 *** p < .001 Alpha using one-tailed tests + p < .05 ++ p < .01 +++ p < .001...
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