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My dissertation consists of my Qualtrics survey, and is exploring the different gender attitudes towards cyberstalking. My dissertation also looks at The dark Triad (narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy), and includes a 19-item scale within my survey on this. I will also be looking at Empathy, and have included a 19-item scale for this. My survey also has a 32-item questions on stalking. All scales are Likert Scales.

I want to run a statistical test that will let me see the female and male correlations of their answers on these 3 scales. Which SPSS test would I use for this??
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Run the means for males and females, then t-test.

Likert scales - or rather ordinal data can't really be treated as continuous, so I would advise against trying to do any kind of straight up multiple regression analysis.
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