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I’ve completed a study into conformity, participants estimate how many beads in a jar, discuss estimate with group, then are given an opportunity for a second estimate. Only 6 of my participants changed their original estimate. Repeated measures design. What inferential test could I use?
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How big was your sample size? Do you have normally distributed data? Were there any extreme scores? You’d most likely need to use the Wilcoxon signed ranks test or a related t-test.
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18 people, only 6 changed and their answers range from 250 to 2000. Tried the sign test at first then started related t test until it mentioned normally distributed data.
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(Original post by chooseanother)
How big was your sample size? Do you have normally distributed data? Were there any extreme scores? You’d most likely need to use the Wilcoxon signed ranks test or a related t-test.
18 people, only 6 changed and their answers range from 250 to 2000. Tried the sign test at first then started related t test until it mentioned normally distributed data.
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