SPSS, I really need your help!! I'm so confused!!!! Watch

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So I have a set of data. The IV has 3 groups (LowDP, MediumDP and HighDP) and a DV "fear of spiders". The LowDP was non-normally distributed (positively skewed) and the others were normally distributed they fell into the +/= 1.97. However I was told to use a non- parametric test eventhough there are two normally distributed datas. Therefore, I ran a Kruskal-wallis test as my inferential statistics and got this:

http://prntscr.com/iro4kr

However I need to do a follow up test but what follow up would I do? Take note that the follow up test question is a 12 marker.. All I learnt was I would go on view> pairwise comparison> then this will come up :

http://prntscr.com/iro6p0

Showing there is a significance? But how is this a 12 marker...

I really need help as im confused..

This is the question sheet:

http://prntscr.com/iro7az
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