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Unformatted text preview: overy. We are interested in learning about the relationship between levels of social support and recovery time. 1. Looking at the dataset, what is/are the independent variables? There are no IVs. 2. What is/are the dependent variables? What is/are the measurement scales associated with each variable? DV#1: Levels of support on a 0 10 Likert Scale with 0 being poor support and 10 being strong social support. Interval Data. DV #2: Recovery Time in months. Ratio Data. Next, we are going to find the measures of central tendency and variability for the sample. On the toolbar, click on ANALYZE > DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS > FREQUENCIES. Move TIME over to the variable(s) box. Uncheck the Display Frequency Tables box. Click on STATISTICS and select STD DEVIATION, VARIANCE, RANGE, MINIMUM, MAXIMUM, MEAN, MEDIAN, MODE, SUM, SKEWNESS & KURTOSIS Click CONTINUE Click on CHARTS and select HISTOGRAMS, WIT...
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSY 031 taught by Professor Dicorcia during the Spring '08 term at Tufts.
- Spring '08