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PSYC 421 Assignment Part 1 instructions, Assignment Data, & Sample SPSS Assignment Output Different Data

Running head: SPSS HOMEWORK

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SPSS Sample Template for Homework

Iman A. Student

Liberty University

SPSS HOMEWORK

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NOTE: The following is a sample template for the layout of the results document expected

for your SPSS homework. All data are fictitious and the statistics are incorrect, but simply

presented as an example. Also, be sure to note that the scale you are reporting

psychometrics on has different properties (e.g., different number of items, only 4 subscales,

and measures a different construct). Please be sure to review the assignment instructions

for details.

PART ONE:

Table 1

Gender Frequencies

Gender Frequency Percent

Female

112

81.1

Male

25

18.2

Percentages

15%

Male

Female

85%

Figure 1. Percentage of Male and Female Participants

SPSS HOMEWORK

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Summary

The sample was comprised of ### of college students from a private university in the

southeastern United States. ## (#%) of the students were males, and ## (#%) females. Students

were primarily? (give the appropriate descriptor information with %?s or whatever fits the

variables you choose to analyze).

PART TWO:

Table 2

Cronbach?s Alpha for the Total RBI Scale and Five Subscales

Scale

# of Items

Alpha

Total

38

.88

Disagree

10

.94

Mindreading

8

.72

Change

8

.67

Sexual

6

.82

Sexual Differences

6

.86

Table 3

Central Tendency Measures for Subscales

Scale

Mean SD Median Mode Range

Total

52.11 6.81 50.12

50

32-80

Disagree

12.11 4.21 11.89

12

6-18

Mindreadin

13.45 5.90 12.12

11

5-20

g

Change

20.43 6.21 20.41

18

10-30

Sexual

10.90 4.21 11.01

12

5-17

SexDifferent 29.21 5.01 27.23

30

24-35

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Figure 2. Distribution of Scores on ?Disagreement is Destructive? Subscale.

Summary

The Relationship Beliefs Inventory (RBI) consisted of a total score and five different subscales.

Scores on the total score ranged from 32-60 (M = 52.11, SD = 6.81). The five subscales were as

follows: disagreement is destructive (M =12.11, SD = 4.21), mindreading is expected (M = 12.45,

SD = 5.90), partners cannot change (M = 20.43, SD = 5.23), sexual perfectionism (M = 10.9, SD

= 4.21), and the sexes are different (M = 29.21, SD = 5.01). Higher scores indicated .... The

subscale with the highest mean score?. The lowest mean score for a subscale was?. The

greatest variation of scores existed on the ?partners cannot change? subscale, with standard

deviation being 6.21. Scores on subscales are considered ? data. Scores were moderately

normally distributed, with disagreement, sexual perfection, and sex differences being slightly

positively skewed. Cronbach?s alpha was calculated as a measure of?For the total scale,

Cronbach?s alpha was?Alphas for the subscales ranged from?Alpha values indicated?

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