Computation using SPSS Tools and Techniques

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Table of ContentsJustification of descriptive and inferential statistics chosen.................................................................1Computation using SPSS tools and techniques....................................................................................1A. Examine the relationship between Aberrant Behaviour Checklist scores and the meanVineland score.............................................................................................................................1B. Compare the QABF attention and demand scores of people with a diagnosis of FXS andthose with any other or no genetic diagnosis. Are people with FXS more likely to have lowerattention than demand scores?.....................................................................................................3References............................................................................................................................................6
JUSTIFICATION OF DESCRIPTIVE AND INFERENTIAL STATISTICSCHOSENIn the present study, researcher aims at evaluating the interaction between genetic andenvironmental cases of SIB. Herein, the data has been generated through primary method inwhich parents of children with fragile X syndrome (FXS) and parents of a heterogeneous sampleof children who displayed challenging behavior about the nature of their child's SIB and theenvironments in which SIB is most likely to occur has been carried out to generate valuable dataor information. The current study aims to extend this work by including a between groupcomparison and by using a more robust measure of behavioral function. In addition to this,investigator also focuses on examining parent’s satisfaction with the support they have receivedfrom local services, as well as each child’s adaptive behavior profile. In this regard, differentinferential statistics has been selected on the basis of varied aspects and evaluated by the meansof correlation coefficient and T-Test. COMPUTATION USING SPSS TOOLS AND TECHNIQUESA. Examine the relationship between Aberrant Behaviour Checklist scores and the meanVineland scoreNull Hypothesis: H0: There is a positive relationship between Aberrant Behaviour Checklist(ABC) and mean Vineland score. Alternative Hypothesis: H1: There is a negative relationship between Aberrant BehaviourChecklist (ABC) and mean Vineland score. Bivariate Correlation Test:CorrelationsABCVineland Mean ScoreABCPearson Correlation1-.415*Sig. (2-tailed).028N2828Vineland Mean ScorePearson Correlation-.415*1Sig. (2-tailed).028N2828*. Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed).1

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