SPSS 13 Assignment—Create Your Own Hypotheses

General Instructions: In this assignment, you will be asked to explain to me how I would perform 2 different analyses

using SPSS. As with previous assignments, the Aspelmeier and Pierce text does a wonderful job of explaining how to

actually run all the tests. Follow their instructions on how to perform any 2 tests of your choosing in SPSS for this

assignment.

Use the following information regarding your research design and data set to complete this assignment. If you have

questions regarding this assignment contact me. This is different than your previous assignments but it is open book so

you should have everything you need.

Assignment Instructions:

As you probably remember for SPSS 2 Assignment, researchers were interested in how females rated their closest female

friend on levels of satisfaction, intimacy, emotional support, loyalty, and tangible help. To do this, 100 female

participants completed measures of:

1. Basic demographics:

a. age in months (Variable name “sage”)

b. ethnicity (Variable name “sethnic”)

c. year in college (Variable name “college”)

d. where they live now (Variable name “whlive”)

e. the family composition of the house they grow up in (Variable name “house”)

2. The number of female friends they currently have (Variable name “fnum”)

3. The length of the friendship with their closest female friend (Variable name “flength”)

4. Satisfaction with their closest female friendship (Varialbe name “Satisfaction”)

The following variables were computed in SPSS 2 Assignment and will be utilized in rest of the SPSS assignment.

5. Friendship quality with their closest female friend:

a. Intimacy (Variable name “fgill2”, “fgill7”, “fgill9”, “fgill16”, “fgill18”, “fgill21”, “fgill25”, and “fgill30”)

b. Emotional Support (Variable name “fgill3”, “fgill5”, “fgill11”, “fgill13”, “fgill19”, “fgill23”, “fgill27”, and

“fgill32”)

c. Loyalty (Variable name “fgill4”, “fgill6”, “fgill12”, “fgill14”, “fgill20”, “fgill22”, “fgill28”, and “fgill29”)

d. Tangible Help (Variable name “fgill1”, “fgill8”, “fgill10”, “fgill15”, “fgill17”, “fgill24”, “fgill26”, and “fgill31”)

You will need to generate 2 unique hypotheses (each must require the use of a different statistical procedure). You must

use two different stats tests.

Part 1—The Analyses: For this assignment, you will need to tell me how run 2 separate statistical procedures (one for

each hypothesis).

1. List your Hypothesis

2. What test would you use to test your hypothesis?

3. How do you perform these tests? (List the steps you would take in SPSS… This is open book!)

After you have chosen your tests, and explained to me how to run them, answer the following questions.

Answer the following questions for each hypothesis:

1. What is your first hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables

– What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

2. What is your second hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables – What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

SPSS 13 Assignment—Create Your Own Hypotheses

General Instructions: In this assignment, you will be asked to explain to me how I would perform 2 different analyses

using SPSS. As with previous assignments, the Aspelmeier and Pierce text does a wonderful job of explaining how to

actually run all the tests. Follow their instructions on how to perform any 2 tests of your choosing in SPSS for this

assignment.

Use the following information regarding your research design and data set to complete this assignment. If you have

questions regarding this assignment contact me. This is different than your previous assignments but it is open book so

you should have everything you need.

Assignment Instructions:

As you probably remember for SPSS 2 Assignment, researchers were interested in how females rated their closest female

friend on levels of satisfaction, intimacy, emotional support, loyalty, and tangible help. To do this, 100 female

participants completed measures of:

1. Basic demographics:

a. age in months (Variable name “sage”)

b. ethnicity (Variable name “sethnic”)

c. year in college (Variable name “college”)

d. where they live now (Variable name “whlive”)

e. the family composition of the house they grow up in (Variable name “house”)

2. The number of female friends they currently have (Variable name “fnum”)

3. The length of the friendship with their closest female friend (Variable name “flength”)

4. Satisfaction with their closest female friendship (Varialbe name “Satisfaction”)

The following variables were computed in SPSS 2 Assignment and will be utilized in rest of the SPSS assignment.

5. Friendship quality with their closest female friend:

a. Intimacy (Variable name “fgill2”, “fgill7”, “fgill9”, “fgill16”, “fgill18”, “fgill21”, “fgill25”, and “fgill30”)

b. Emotional Support (Variable name “fgill3”, “fgill5”, “fgill11”, “fgill13”, “fgill19”, “fgill23”, “fgill27”, and

“fgill32”)

c. Loyalty (Variable name “fgill4”, “fgill6”, “fgill12”, “fgill14”, “fgill20”, “fgill22”, “fgill28”, and “fgill29”)

d. Tangible Help (Variable name “fgill1”, “fgill8”, “fgill10”, “fgill15”, “fgill17”, “fgill24”, “fgill26”, and “fgill31”)

You will need to generate 2 unique hypotheses (each must require the use of a different statistical procedure). You must

use two different stats tests.

Part 1—The Analyses: For this assignment, you will need to tell me how run 2 separate statistical procedures (one for

each hypothesis).

1. List your Hypothesis

2. What test would you use to test your hypothesis?

3. How do you perform these tests? (List the steps you would take in SPSS… This is open book!)

After you have chosen your tests, and explained to me how to run them, answer the following questions.

Answer the following questions for each hypothesis:

1. What is your first hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables

– What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

2. What is your second hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables – What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

SPSS 13 Assignment—Create Your Own Hypotheses

General Instructions: In this assignment, you will be asked to explain to me how I would perform 2 different analyses

using SPSS. As with previous assignments, the Aspelmeier and Pierce text does a wonderful job of explaining how to

actually run all the tests. Follow their instructions on how to perform any 2 tests of your choosing in SPSS for this

assignment.

Use the following information regarding your research design and data set to complete this assignment. If you have

questions regarding this assignment contact me. This is different than your previous assignments but it is open book so

you should have everything you need.

Assignment Instructions:

As you probably remember for SPSS 2 Assignment, researchers were interested in how females rated their closest female

friend on levels of satisfaction, intimacy, emotional support, loyalty, and tangible help. To do this, 100 female

participants completed measures of:

1. Basic demographics:

a. age in months (Variable name “sage”)

b. ethnicity (Variable name “sethnic”)

c. year in college (Variable name “college”)

d. where they live now (Variable name “whlive”)

e. the family composition of the house they grow up in (Variable name “house”)

2. The number of female friends they currently have (Variable name “fnum”)

3. The length of the friendship with their closest female friend (Variable name “flength”)

4. Satisfaction with their closest female friendship (Varialbe name “Satisfaction”)

The following variables were computed in SPSS 2 Assignment and will be utilized in rest of the SPSS assignment.

5. Friendship quality with their closest female friend:

a. Intimacy (Variable name “fgill2”, “fgill7”, “fgill9”, “fgill16”, “fgill18”, “fgill21”, “fgill25”, and “fgill30”)

b. Emotional Support (Variable name “fgill3”, “fgill5”, “fgill11”, “fgill13”, “fgill19”, “fgill23”, “fgill27”, and

“fgill32”)

c. Loyalty (Variable name “fgill4”, “fgill6”, “fgill12”, “fgill14”, “fgill20”, “fgill22”, “fgill28”, and “fgill29”)

d. Tangible Help (Variable name “fgill1”, “fgill8”, “fgill10”, “fgill15”, “fgill17”, “fgill24”, “fgill26”, and “fgill31”)

You will need to generate 2 unique hypotheses (each must require the use of a different statistical procedure). You must

use two different stats tests.

Part 1—The Analyses: For this assignment, you will need to tell me how run 2 separate statistical procedures (one for

each hypothesis).

1. List your Hypothesis

2. What test would you use to test your hypothesis?

3. How do you perform these tests? (List the steps you would take in SPSS… This is open book!)

After you have chosen your tests, and explained to me how to run them, answer the following questions.

Answer the following questions for each hypothesis:

1. What is your first hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables

– What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

2. What is your second hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables – What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

General Instructions: In this assignment, you will be asked to explain to me how I would perform 2 different analyses

using SPSS. As with previous assignments, the Aspelmeier and Pierce text does a wonderful job of explaining how to

actually run all the tests. Follow their instructions on how to perform any 2 tests of your choosing in SPSS for this

assignment.

Use the following information regarding your research design and data set to complete this assignment. If you have

questions regarding this assignment contact me. This is different than your previous assignments but it is open book so

you should have everything you need.

Assignment Instructions:

As you probably remember for SPSS 2 Assignment, researchers were interested in how females rated their closest female

friend on levels of satisfaction, intimacy, emotional support, loyalty, and tangible help. To do this, 100 female

participants completed measures of:

1. Basic demographics:

a. age in months (Variable name “sage”)

b. ethnicity (Variable name “sethnic”)

c. year in college (Variable name “college”)

d. where they live now (Variable name “whlive”)

e. the family composition of the house they grow up in (Variable name “house”)

2. The number of female friends they currently have (Variable name “fnum”)

3. The length of the friendship with their closest female friend (Variable name “flength”)

4. Satisfaction with their closest female friendship (Varialbe name “Satisfaction”)

The following variables were computed in SPSS 2 Assignment and will be utilized in rest of the SPSS assignment.

5. Friendship quality with their closest female friend:

a. Intimacy (Variable name “fgill2”, “fgill7”, “fgill9”, “fgill16”, “fgill18”, “fgill21”, “fgill25”, and “fgill30”)

b. Emotional Support (Variable name “fgill3”, “fgill5”, “fgill11”, “fgill13”, “fgill19”, “fgill23”, “fgill27”, and

“fgill32”)

c. Loyalty (Variable name “fgill4”, “fgill6”, “fgill12”, “fgill14”, “fgill20”, “fgill22”, “fgill28”, and “fgill29”)

d. Tangible Help (Variable name “fgill1”, “fgill8”, “fgill10”, “fgill15”, “fgill17”, “fgill24”, “fgill26”, and “fgill31”)

You will need to generate 2 unique hypotheses (each must require the use of a different statistical procedure). You must

use two different stats tests.

Part 1—The Analyses: For this assignment, you will need to tell me how run 2 separate statistical procedures (one for

each hypothesis).

1. List your Hypothesis

2. What test would you use to test your hypothesis?

3. How do you perform these tests? (List the steps you would take in SPSS… This is open book!)

After you have chosen your tests, and explained to me how to run them, answer the following questions.

Answer the following questions for each hypothesis:

1. What is your first hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables

– What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

2. What is your second hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables – What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

General Instructions: In this assignment, you will be asked to explain to me how I would perform 2 different analyses

using SPSS. As with previous assignments, the Aspelmeier and Pierce text does a wonderful job of explaining how to

actually run all the tests. Follow their instructions on how to perform any 2 tests of your choosing in SPSS for this

assignment.

Use the following information regarding your research design and data set to complete this assignment. If you have

questions regarding this assignment contact me. This is different than your previous assignments but it is open book so

you should have everything you need.

Assignment Instructions:

As you probably remember for SPSS 2 Assignment, researchers were interested in how females rated their closest female

friend on levels of satisfaction, intimacy, emotional support, loyalty, and tangible help. To do this, 100 female

participants completed measures of:

1. Basic demographics:

a. age in months (Variable name “sage”)

b. ethnicity (Variable name “sethnic”)

c. year in college (Variable name “college”)

d. where they live now (Variable name “whlive”)

e. the family composition of the house they grow up in (Variable name “house”)

2. The number of female friends they currently have (Variable name “fnum”)

3. The length of the friendship with their closest female friend (Variable name “flength”)

4. Satisfaction with their closest female friendship (Varialbe name “Satisfaction”)

The following variables were computed in SPSS 2 Assignment and will be utilized in rest of the SPSS assignment.

5. Friendship quality with their closest female friend:

a. Intimacy (Variable name “fgill2”, “fgill7”, “fgill9”, “fgill16”, “fgill18”, “fgill21”, “fgill25”, and “fgill30”)

b. Emotional Support (Variable name “fgill3”, “fgill5”, “fgill11”, “fgill13”, “fgill19”, “fgill23”, “fgill27”, and

“fgill32”)

c. Loyalty (Variable name “fgill4”, “fgill6”, “fgill12”, “fgill14”, “fgill20”, “fgill22”, “fgill28”, and “fgill29”)

d. Tangible Help (Variable name “fgill1”, “fgill8”, “fgill10”, “fgill15”, “fgill17”, “fgill24”, “fgill26”, and “fgill31”)

You will need to generate 2 unique hypotheses (each must require the use of a different statistical procedure). You must

use two different stats tests.

Part 1—The Analyses: For this assignment, you will need to tell me how run 2 separate statistical procedures (one for

each hypothesis).

1. List your Hypothesis

2. What test would you use to test your hypothesis?

3. How do you perform these tests? (List the steps you would take in SPSS… This is open book!)

After you have chosen your tests, and explained to me how to run them, answer the following questions.

Answer the following questions for each hypothesis:

1. What is your first hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables

– What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)

2. What is your second hypothesis?

a. What test did you run and why?

b. What is the null hypothesis tested?

c. What were your variables – What type of variable were they (nominal, ordinal, ect.)