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    I am doing a study on male and female parents attitude towards counselling as a treatment for postpartum depression.
    I have put my data into spss and have no idea what statistical test to use. please help if you can. i appreciate your responses in advance x
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    (Original post by chezz33)
    I am doing a study on male and female parents attitude towards counselling as a treatment for postpartum depression.
    I have put my data into spss and have no idea what statistical test to use. please help if you can. i appreciate your responses in advance x
    my interpretation is that you're comparing males and females with their attitude value? if so, it'd be a good idea to use an independent samples t-test if youre p value is lower than the alpha level of 0.05, then you have a significant result!
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    thank you so much for your quick response.
    Any idea on how to analyse the whole questionnaire though, my output seems to be on a question by question basis
 
 
 
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