# A Handbook of Statistical Analyses using SPSS

A Handbook of Statistical Analyses using SPSS By Sabine Landau and Brian S. Everitt

### Contents of A Handbook of Statistical Analyses using SPSS

1 A Brief Introduction to SPSS
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Getting Help
1.3 Data Entry
1.4 Storing and Retrieving Data Files
1.5.1 Data File Handling
1.5.2 Generating New Variables
1.5.3 Running Statistical Procedures
1.5.4 Constructing Graphical Displays
1.6 The Output Viewer
1.7 The Chart Editor
1.8 Programming in SPSS
2 Data Description and Simple Inference for Continuous Data: The Lifespans of Rats and Ages at Marriage in the U.S.
2.1 Description of Data
2.2 Methods of Analysis.
2.3 Analysis Using SPSS
2.3.1 Lifespans of Rats
2.3.2 Husbands and Wives
2.4 Exercises
2.4.1 Guessing the Width of a Lecture Hall
2.4.2 More on Lifespans of Rats: Significance Tests for Model
Assumptions
2.4.3 Motor Vehicle Theft in the U.S.
2.4.4 Anorexia Nervosa Therapy
2.4.5 More on Husbands and Wives: Exact Nonparametric Tests
3 Simple Inference for Categorical Data: From Belief in the Afterlife to the Death Penalty and Race
3.1 Description of Data
3.2 Methods of Analysis
3.3 Analysis Using SPSS
3.3.1 Husbands and Wives Revisited.
3.3.2 Lifespans of Rats Revisited
3.3.3 Belief in the Afterlife
3.3.4 Incidence of Suicidal Feelings
3.3.5 Oral Contraceptive Use and Blood Clots
3.3.6 Alcohol and Infant Malformation
3.3.7 Death Penalty Verdicts
3.4 Exercises
3.4.1 Depersonalization and Recovery from Depression
3.4.2 Drug Treatment of Psychiatric Patients: Exact Tests for
Two-Way Classifications
3.4.3 Tics and Gender
3.4.4 Hair Color and Eye Color
4 Multiple Linear Regression: Temperatures in America and Cleaning Cars
4.1 Description of Data
4.2 Multiple Linear Regression
4.3 Analysis Using SPSS
4.3.1 Cleaning Cars
4.3.2 Temperatures in America
4.4 Exercises.
4.4.1 Air Pollution in the U.S.
4.4.2 Body Fat
4.4.3 More on Cleaning Cars: Influence Diagnostics
5 Analysis of Variance I: One-Way Designs; Fecundity of Fruit Flies, Finger Tapping, and Female Social Skills.
5.1 Description of Data
5.2 Analysis of Variance.
5.3 Analysis Using SPSS
5.3.1 Fecundity of Fruit Flies .
5.3.2 Finger Tapping and Caffeine Consumption.
5.3.3 Social Skills of Females
5.4 Exercises.
5.4.1 Cortisol Levels in Psychotics: Kruskal-Wallis Test
5.4.2 Cycling and Knee-Joint Angles
5.4.3 More on Female Social Skills: Informal Assessment of
MANOVA Assumptions
6 Analysis of Variance II: Factorial Designs; Does Marijuana Slow You Down? and Do Slimming Clinics Work?
6.1 Description of Data
6.2 Analysis of Variance
6.3 Analysis Using SPSS
6.3.1 Effects of Marijuana Use
6.3.2 Slimming Clinics
6.4 Exercises
6.4.2 Biofeedback and Hypertension
6.4.3 Cleaning Cars Revisited: Analysis of Covariance
6.4.4 More on Slimming Clinics
7 Analysis of Repeated Measures I: Analysis of Variance Type Models; Field Dependence and a Reverse Stroop Task
7.1 Description of Data
7.2 Repeated Measures Analysis of Variance
7.3 Analysis Using SPSS
7.4 Exercises
7.4.1 More on the Reverse Stroop Task
7.4.2 Visual Acuity Data.
7.4.3 Blood Glucose Levels
8 Analysis of Repeated Measures II: Linear Mixed Effects Models; Computer Delivery of Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy
8.1 Description of Data
8.2 Linear Mixed Effects Models
8.3 Analysis Using SPSS
8.4 Exercises
8.4.1 Salsolinol Levels and Alcohol Dependency
8.4.2 Estrogen Treatment for Post-Natal Depression
8.4.3 More on “Beating the Blues”: Checking the Model for
the Correlation Structure
9 Logistic Regression: Who Survived the Sinking of the Titanic?
9.1 Description of Data
9.2 Logistic Regression
9.3 Analysis Using SPSS
9.4 Exercises
9.4.1 More on the Titanic Survivor Data
9.4.2 GHQ Scores and Psychiatric Diagnosis
9.4.3 Death Penalty Verdicts Revisited
10 Survival Analysis: Sexual Milestones in Women and Field Dependency of Children.
10.1 Description of Data
10.2 Survival Analysis and Cox’s Regression
10.3 Analysis Using SPSS
10.3.1 Sexual Milestone Times
10.4 Exercises
10.4.1 Gastric Cancer
10.4.3 More on Sexual Milestones of Females
11 Principal Component Analysis and Factor Analysis: Crime in the U.S. and AIDS Patients’ Evaluations of Their Clinicians
11.1 Description of Data
11.2 Principal Component and Factor Analysis
11.2.1 Principal Component Analysis
11.2.2 Factor Analysis
11.2.3 Factor Analysis and Principal Components Compared
11.3 Analysis Using SPSS
11.3.1 Crime in the U.S.
11.3.2 AIDS Patients’ Evaluations of Their Clinicians
11.4 Exercises
11.4.1 Air Pollution in the U.S.
11.4.2 More on AIDS Patients’ Evaluations of Their Clinicians:
Maximum Likelihood Factor Analysis
12 Classification: Cluster Analysis and Discriminant Function Analysis; Tibetan Skulls
12.1 Description of Data
12.2 Classification: Discrimination and Clustering
12.3 Analysis Using SPSS
12.3.1 Tibetan Skulls: Deriving a Classification Rule.
12.3.2 Tibetan Skulls: Uncovering Groups.
12.4 Exercises
12.4.1 Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
12.4.2 Nutrients in Food Data
12.4.3 More on Tibetan Skulls
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