Explain what it means to not have homogeneity of between-group variance, what we need to do if this happens and why. Develop an alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis for the scenario.

Module 3 Assignment: Using SPSS to Analyze One-Way ANOVAs

TEXTBOOK: Mayers, A. (2013). Introduction to statistics and SPSS in psychology. Pearson. Print: 9780273731016

Part 1:

Run the data analyses that are asked for on page 193 of the textbook.
Check for normal distribution across relationship satisfaction.
Conduct an independent one-way ANOVA.
Copy and paste the results into your assignment.
Explain what it means to not have homogeneity of between-group variance, what we need to do if this happens and why.
Develop an alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis for the scenario.
Identify the variables and their attributes.
Discuss the results you received whether you reject or fail to reject the null hypotheses and why.

Part 2:

Run the data analyses that are asked for on page 217 of the textbook.
Check for normal distribution across the conditions.
Conduct a repeated-measures one-way ANOVA.
Conduct appropriate post hoc analyses to indicate where the differences are (if there were any).
Copy and paste the results into your assignment.
Develop an alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis for the scenario.
Describe what sphericity is, why it is important, what your results are, and what that means.
Interpret the results of your post hoc.
Discuss the results you received whether you reject or fail to reject the null hypotheses and why.

Explain what it means to not have homogeneity of between-group variance, what we need to do if this happens and why. Develop an alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis for the scenario.