Date: Thu, 13 May 2010 09:18:40 -0400
Reply-To: "FernandezLanier, Adriana (DCJS)"
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From: "FernandezLanier, Adriana (DCJS)"
Subject: T-Test Question
Good morning. This is probably a basic question but can't find anything on it. I'm conducting a t-test on my data and want to look at the one-tailed probability. In SPSS, the default is two-tailed. How can I change it two one-tailed? If I'm using 95%, do I split it to 47.5%? Thanks
T-TEST PAIRS=preentitle prejust WITH postentitle postjust (PAIRED)
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