Urgent help please

Discussion in 'SPSS' started by lolla :), Dec 24, 2011.

  1. lolla :)

    lolla :) Guest

    I am conducting a research to see the impact of education on
    intention. For the sake of research, I distributed the questionnaire
    on 2 groups, one took the module and one didn't take it. I have one
    dependent variable and 6 independent variables (each of them is a set
    of sub-variables). What is the best statistical analysis to use?
     
    lolla :), Dec 24, 2011
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  2. lolla :)

    Rich Ulrich Guest

    "a set of sub-variables" -- This suggests that you might want to
    do Reliability analysis for internal consistency, to confirm that your
    variables are constructed well, from useful subsets.

    Where does "intention" come in?

    Is "education" the fact of who "took the module" or not?

    Obviously, you can look at t-tests as univariate tests between
    module/ no-module. If you want to see if there is a pattern of
    the 6 independent variables that separate module/ no-module,
    you could use discriminant function or logistic regression.
     
    Rich Ulrich, Dec 24, 2011
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