this is for some coursework. i suck at statistics my hypothesis is along the lines of: Mean reaction time will be faster (or lower) for the condition 1 compared to the condition 2.

In my data set, the reaction time is recorded under each of these conditions. I was wondering what statistical test I have to use in SPSS. the data is interval and it is a sample of people doing an experiment under both conditions (they have mixed trials with both conditions in one sitting).

In my data set, the reaction time is recorded under each of these conditions. I was wondering what statistical test I have to use in SPSS. the data is interval and it is a sample of people doing an experiment under both conditions (they have mixed trials with both conditions in one sitting).

Original post by lunathefighter

this is for some coursework. i suck at statistics my hypothesis is along the lines of: Mean reaction time will be faster (or lower) for the condition 1 compared to the condition 2.

In my data set, the reaction time is recorded under each of these conditions. I was wondering what statistical test I have to use in SPSS. the data is interval and it is a sample of people doing an experiment under both conditions (they have mixed trials with both conditions in one sitting).

In my data set, the reaction time is recorded under each of these conditions. I was wondering what statistical test I have to use in SPSS. the data is interval and it is a sample of people doing an experiment under both conditions (they have mixed trials with both conditions in one sitting).

If you're not using a stats model for either sets, then I wouldn't use an F-test

I would use the following t-test:

H0: B1-B2=0

H1: B1-B2 >0

Original post by lunathefighter

this is for some coursework. i suck at statistics my hypothesis is along the lines of: Mean reaction time will be faster (or lower) for the condition 1 compared to the condition 2.

In my data set, the reaction time is recorded under each of these conditions. I was wondering what statistical test I have to use in SPSS. the data is interval and it is a sample of people doing an experiment under both conditions (they have mixed trials with both conditions in one sitting).

In my data set, the reaction time is recorded under each of these conditions. I was wondering what statistical test I have to use in SPSS. the data is interval and it is a sample of people doing an experiment under both conditions (they have mixed trials with both conditions in one sitting).

Would a paired samples t test work?

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