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# Statistics Project, Part 4: Correlation

## Statistics Project, Part 4: Correlation

Statistics Project, Part 4: Correlation

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One week away from the final project, and now you calculate your first correlational stats on your data set. You will calculate the Pearson product-moment correlations between at least two sets of variables in your data set.

Do one correlation between two independent variables such as age and education. Do the second correlation on an independent variable (such as age) and the dependent variable (such as score). Remember that most people never see the actual output or data; they read the results statements by the researcher, so your summary must be accurate.

Calculate the Pearson product-moment correlations between at least 2 sets of variables in your data set. Do one correlation between two independent variables such as age and education.  Do the second correlation on an independent variable (such as age) and the dependent variable (such as score).

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Summarize the results of the calculation in 45 to 90 words.

• PSYCH625WK2StatisticsProjectPart1ImportingDataintoIBMSPSSSoftware.doc
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• PSYCH625WK4StatisticsProjectPart3ComparingMeansIA.docRunning head: Statistics Project, Part 1: Importing Data into IBM SPSS Software 1Frequencies Table College no collegesome college CaffeineCaffeine yesnoyesno CountCountCountCountGenderMaleTest Prepno preparation3030   moderate preparation2011   high preparation0001 FemaleTest Prepno preparation3111   moderate preparation1041   high preparation0010 College associate’s degreebachelor’s degree CaffeineCaffeine yesnoyesno CountCountCountCountGenderMaleTest Prepno preparation0000   moderate preparation5121   high preparation1210 FemaleTest Prepno preparation1010   moderate preparation6020   high preparation1020The number of males that had no preparation in the test took caffeine. Those who had moderate preparation only three did not take caffeine, which were one from some college, one from associate’s degree and one from bachelor’s degree. Majority of males had moderate preparation were under associates degree and bachelor’s degree and most took caffeine. There is a low number of males who had high preparations and majority of them took caffeine. Majority of females took caffeine and were highly prepared.