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I measuring to the see the effect of three, individual, questionairres (all with likert scales) on how many anti-social behaviours somebody has done. Ie if someone has commited two accounts of anti social behaviour it would be recorded as ‘2’. I just want to know what method of analysiing data should i use to find appropriate findings on spss
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If you send me your email I can forward you a great SPSS guide I have! PM me.
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The first steps are to put all your results in Excell, and then make a list of all the questions you want to answer out of the data. Then you’ll be able to copy and paste certain results into SPSS to do the tests
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^^ agree with the above. Do all the donkey work in Excel and then import it to SPSS or STATA for the regression or descriptives only.

Also, try not to use Likert scales - they’re stupid.
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Hi guy,

Could you help me please. I have conducted a randomised study on 2 supplement that are double blinded on 8 participants and I am trying to find their effect on exercise performance. I have collected the data from all the participants. (which SPSS test is most suitable for this study and which test retest) please advice. Many thanks in advance
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