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A psychologist was interested in whether different TV shows lead to a more positive outlook on lfe.

People were split into 4 groups and then taken a room to view a program. The four groups daw: The
Muppet Show, Futurama, The News, No Program. After the program a blood sample was taken and
serotonin levels measured (remember more serotonin means more happy)

The Muppet Show Futurama BBC News No Program


11 4 4 7
7 8 3 7
8 6 2 5
14 11 2 4
11 9 3 3
10 8 6 4
5 4
4

ONE WAY ANOVA IN SPSS


column 1 - Encode all the data/ raw scores
column 2 - assign values for each category of tv shows
Example
The Muppet Show = 1
Futurama = 2
BBC News = 3
No Program = 4

Analyze > Compare Means > One Way Anova > Put VAR1(scores) in dependent list
> Put Var 2(assigned values) in Factors > Click OK

* F value is the Anova Value.

TWO WAY ANOVA IN SPSS


Gender The Muppet Show Futurama BBC News No Program
11 4 4 7
7 8 3 7
Male
8 6 2 5
14 11 2 4
11 9 3 3
10 8 6 4
Female
5 5 12 4
6 4 5 4

column 1 - Encode all the data/ raw scores


column 2 - assign values for each category of tv shows
Example
The Muppet Show = 1
Futurama = 2
BBC News = 3
No Program = 4
column 3 - assign values for each category of gender
Example
Male = 1
Female = 2

Analyze > General Linear Model > Univariate


> Put VAR1(scores) in dependent list
> Put Var 2(tv shows) and Var 3 (gender) in Fixed Factors > Click OK

* The value for TVSHOWS*gender F is the value of 2 way anova


* Same with 3 way anova, you just have to assign value for that catergory

Z Score IN SPSS
Encode the data > go to Analyze > Descriptive Statistics >Descriptives > Enter Data in Variables > Check
“save standardized values as variables” > Click OK

T Test IN SPSS
column 1 - Encode all the data/ raw scores
column 2 - assign values for each category of gender
Example
Male = 1
Female = 2

Analyze > Compare Means > Independent Sample T Test >


Insert Scores in Test Variables > Insert Gender in Grouping
Variable > Click Define Groups > Click “use specified values” Put
“1” in Group 1 and “2” in Group 2> Click Continue > Click OK

Independent Samples Test

Levene's Test for


Equality of
Variances t-test for Equality of Means

95% Confidence Interval


of the Difference

Sig. (2- Mean Std. Error


F Sig. t df tailed) Difference Difference Lower Upper

Scores Equal variances .232 .633 .223 30 .825 .25000 1.12245 -2.04235 2.54235
assumed

Equal variances .223 29.217 .825 .25000 1.12245 -2.04493 2.54493


not assumed

Decision making for T Test independent Sample

If Sig (2Tailed) is less than 0.05% then, you should reject the null hypothesis. Since Sig value is .825 > 0.05
then I will accept the null hypothesis. There is no significant difference between the variables scores.