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Post Test. Section 8. Step 1 - Print the output file (SPSS Viewer) Select: File > Print > OK. Step 2 - Get out a blank sheet of paper and answer the questions on the next page.

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post test

Post Test

Section 8

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Step 1 -
  • Print the output file (SPSS Viewer)
  • Select: File > Print > OK
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Step 2 -
    • Get out a blank sheet of paper and answer the questions on the next page.
    • If you find that they are difficult for you to answer, you should go back through the module, review your statistics text, or consult with your professor.
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Post - Test
  • What percentage of the participants were females?
  • What was the average number of years of computer experience?
  • How many males were in the High Confidence group and how many females in that group?
  • Was the relationship between GPA and Confidence significant (<.05)?
  • Did your graph display the difference between variables or the relationship between variables?
congratulations
Congratulations
  • You have now
    • set-up a data entry page
    • added, moved, and recoded variables
    • performed descriptive analysis on nominal and scale variables
    • conducted a Pearson correlation and created a scatter plot for the results
thank you
Thank You
  • Your comments are appreciated and may be directed to:
      • Elizabeth Bigham, Ph.D.
      • California State University San Marcos
      • 333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd.
      • San Marcos, CA 92096
      • ebigham@csusm.edu