SPSS Analysis Of Neuroticism, Depression, Transpose Data Of SSS

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TABLE OF CONTENTSQuestion 1........................................................................................................................................3Description of data.......................................................................................................................3Assumption of data......................................................................................................................3Inferential statistical tests............................................................................................................3Question 2........................................................................................................................................5Description of data.......................................................................................................................5Assumptions................................................................................................................................5Inferential statistical tests............................................................................................................5Question 3........................................................................................................................................6Description of data.......................................................................................................................6Assumptions................................................................................................................................6Inferential statistical tests............................................................................................................6APPENDIX......................................................................................................................................7
Question 1Description of dataIn the current data set some of the variables are studied namely neuroticism, depression,transpose data of SSS, family and friends. There are no omitted values in the data set. Outliersare not identified as there are not unusual trends in the data set. Initially, it is find out that meanscore of the transpose of family is (Mean=0.9094) with standard deviation of (STDEV=. 20943).Big proportion of sample unit give same response on the asked question. However, mean valuein case of transpose data of friends is low and is equal to (Mean= 0.8809) whose standarddeviation is (STDEV= 0.22). Comparison of both indicate that there are some people who are ornot receiving proper support from their friends when they are in depression. In case of othersocial support scales mean and standard deviation value is (Mean= 9.13) and 9 (STDEV= 4.72).It is ensued that considerable difference exist in case of respondents response in case of othersocial setting and friends in respect impact of same on depression.Assumption of dataIt is assumed that data is not normally distributed and in order to make it normal Logfunction of SPSS is applied on the relevant set of figures.Inferential statistical testsH0: There is no significant difference between mean value of neuroticism, depression and socialsetting and anxiety score.H1: There is significant difference between mean value of neuroticism, depression and socialsetting and anxiety score.
Regression analysis is used to identify the impact that independent variables have on thedepression level of an individual when age and time period in hospital are in control. Regressionis used because by using same cause and effect relationship can be identified among thevariables. It can be seen from the table 2 of Q1 of the appendix that R and R square valued at0.644 and 0.415. Model 1 is testing the impact that age and duration in hospital have on theanxiety level of an individual. Correlation value of anxiety score and age as well as duration inhospital is 0.644 which is moderate. With slight change in the control variables anxiety scorealtered by 41%. However, in case of model 2 of the model summary table correlation value getmodified to 0.797 and R square rose to 63% (R square 0.63) from 41% (R square 0.41) . It isensued that neuroticism, depression, transpose data of social setting have considerable impact onthe anxiety score of an individual. Level of significance for both model is similar 0.00<0.05
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