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The top image is my results from SPSS. I have to make a format like in image 2. This is what I have written so far, can we review this and fill in what else is needed.

I need to determine if the variables are significant or non-significant (positive or negative) and if this is increasing or decreasing to determine if we reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis. current I do have r(11)=.642, p=0.18 as the problem to find the information.

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Correlations
Social
Suicide Risk
Isolation
Scale
Social Isolation
Pearson Correlation
.642
Sig. (2-tailed)
.018
N
13
13
Suicide Risk Scale
Pearson Correlation
.642
Sig. (2-tailed)
.018
N
13
13
*. Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed).

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A Pearson correlation coefficient was computed to determine the
relationship between [Variable 1] and [Variable 2]. The results indicate a
[significant/non-significant] [positive/negative] relationship between the
variables, [r(df) = ##, p = ##]. As [Var 1] [increases/decreases], [Var 2]
[increases/decreases]. We therefore [reject/fail to reject] the null
hypothesis that the correlation between these variables is zero.

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