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    Hi Martin!

    Thanks for your help last week on the project in PPt; I completed each slide as I needed, according to the Prof's instructions.

    This week, I will need some help with t-tests in the SPSS, and the seperate doc in Word to interpret the results. The following is the exact assignment, and what I will need help with on this part of the assignment.

    Assignment 1: A T-Test

    You are provided with the heights of male and female participants:

    Male/
    Female

    64.00/
    67.00

    72.00/
    62.00

    71.00/
    61.00

    71.00/
    61.00

    69.00/
    65.00

    67.00/
    64.00

    69.00/
    63.00

    75.00/
    64.00

    1). Using the above database, compute a t-test comparing males' and females' heights. You must determine which type of t-test to compute.

    2). Write a short interpretation of the results.

    Save and submit the SPSS output file to your inbox.

    Name your file: SU_PSY2008_W6_A1_LastName_FirstInitial.spv.

    Write your interpretation in a Microsoft Word document.

    Name your document: SU_PSY2008_W6_A1_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.

    Cite sources using the APA format on a separate page.

    Assignment 1 Grading Criteria Maximum Points
    Computed a t-test comparing males' and females' heights. 10
    Determined the type of t-test to compute and wrote an interpretation of the results. 15
    Used correct spelling, grammar, and professional vocabulary. Cited all sources and findings using the APA format. 5
    Total: 30
    Thanks for your help, and as always I appreciate your time and effort.

    Kind regards,

    M

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    SPSS Independent Samples t-test Guide
    The Independent Samples t-test compares the means of two independent groups (ie. Male and Female) for a variable such as height.
    We must make the following assumptions regarding these groups: the variables being compared in the two groups are normally distributed (In SPSS, we use a Q-Q plot to test for normal distribution); The two groups, Male and Female have reasonably equal variances for the variables being compared (In SPSS, as part of the Independent Samples t-test, "Levene's Test for Equality ...

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