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    cud some1 plz tell me wot statistical test i will need to use for the following experiment
    im doing the WHO AM I study and have three conditions at 5, 11, anda 18. im using ten participants in each age group and they each have to write 20 statements basically to describe themselves.
    im going to count the number of psychological and pysiological statements given. my hypothesis suggests the younger the age the more physical statements given.

    thanks loads
    emmz
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    (Original post by emmz)
    cud some1 plz tell me wot statistical test i will need to use for the following experiment
    im doing the WHO AM I study and have three conditions at 5, 11, anda 18. im using ten participants in each age group and they each have to write 20 statements basically to describe themselves.
    im going to count the number of psychological and pysiological statements given. my hypothesis suggests the younger the age the more physical statements given.

    thanks loads
    emmz
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    Again?
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    (Original post by byakugan_neji)
    Again?
    Again! :rolleyes:
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    mann-whitney
    i think
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    Don't you have an A2 Psychology textbook at home? All the good ones, such as Cardwell, Flanagan and Gross, have a dedicated chapter at the end to explain everything you need to know.
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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    mann-whitney
    i think
    thanks i thought it was chi squared myself coz its nominal data and independant subjects.
    ure prolly right though
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    (Original post by byakugan_neji)
    Don't you have an A2 Psychology textbook at home? All the good ones, such as Cardwell, Flanagan and Gross, have a dedicated chapter at the end to explain everything you need to know.
    do they have stuff about coursework and statistical tests in?
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    (Original post by emmz)
    do they have stuff about coursework and statistical tests in?
    Yea
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    (Original post by byakugan_neji)
    Yea
    k cheers i'll look out for 1
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    (Original post by emmz)
    thanks i thought it was chi squared myself coz its nominal data and independant subjects.
    ure prolly right though
    Yep if ur doin independent subjects and using nominal data then its chi squared, thats wot im doin 2!

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    (Original post by Snazzy)
    Yep if ur doin independent subjects and using nominal data then its chi squared, thats wot im doin 2!

    SnAzZy
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    Hope youse are aware that the chi² test is also A-Level maths, what an ego boost that must be for you
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    (Original post by Snazzy)
    Yep if ur doin independent subjects and using nominal data then its chi squared, thats wot im doin 2!

    SnAzZy
    xXx
    cool cud i ask u for a little help
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    (Original post by emmz)
    cool cud i ask u for a little help
    She's just gone to bed, I'll ask her for you tomorrow...
 
 
 
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