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    Hello everyone, I am looking for some advice. I am a student and have conducted a study to investigate the relationship between Eysnecks 5 personality factors and chronotype (morning types and evening types). Can anyone advise me which test to use when analysing the results please?
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    Hello everyone, I am looking for some advice. I am a student and have conducted a study to investigate the relationship between Eysnecks 5 personality factors and chronotype (morning types and evening types). Can anyone advise me which test to use when analysing the results please?
    Is your dependent variable binary (i.e. people can either be morning or evening types?)
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    Yes they will be identified as either morning or evening types, what do you suggest iammichaeljackson?
 
 
 
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