This guide contains all of the ASC's statistics resources. If you do not see a topic, suggest it through the suggestion box on the Statistics home page.

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- Statistics Group Sessions

**Tuesday 5:00 p.m. **

This group session will introduce you to using the SPSS software to run single sample, independent samples, and paired-samples t-tests. This group is designed for the student who has experience with SPSS and can run basic descriptive statistical summaries, tables, graphs, etc. Do you know how to test the assumptions of normality and equality (homogeneity) of variances? Or how to interpret confidence intervals, equality of variances, equality of means, or means differences tables? In this session, you will learn how to do these and other associated statistical techniques in SPSS.

- Reading ListA collection of articles from SAGE Research Methods related to concepts of hypothesis testing for t-tests.

- T-test Practice WorksheetUse this resource to practice differentiating the different types of t-tests, conducting the tests using SPSS, interpreting the outputs, and writing the results of the hypothesis test.
- T-test Practice Worksheet - Answer KeyOnce you've given a try at the practice problems, you can use this answer key to check your work.
- t_testpractice.savThis is the data file you will need to complete the practice problems. It is a .sav file that will open with SPSS.

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