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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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    (Original post by SPSSvirgin)
    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?
    Try this website- http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/mult_pkg/whatstat/
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    Thank you, I had a look at that site already but I'm still unsure which test to use
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    (Original post by SPSSvirgin)
    Thank you, I had a look at that site already but I'm still unsure which test to use

    Sorry then it's been a while since I used SPSS, I've attached an old guide to stats paper I have from uni which I used to use, maybe this will help you. Good luck I remember how much I hated SPSS also.
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    What exactly does your data look like?
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    The sleep data is from a mixture of 48 multiple choice questions. The personality data was also collected through a multiple choice questionnaire to ultimately obtain 5 numbers per participant to represent each personality trait.
 
 
 
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