Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2011 12:12:02 -0800
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From: Bruce Weaver <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: r value differences
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You could use James Steiger's Multicorr program, available here:
> In a small sample (N=13!) what is the best method to test the difference
> between correlations (r values) of related measures? So, parents reported
> on child behavior at 2 time points; the correlation for one composite over
> time = .634 (p=.02) and for the second composite = .338 (p=.258). Whatâs
> the best way to determine whether these correlations (for two composites
> from the same rating scale) are significantly different?
> Itâs my understanding that the Fisher r to z transformation would not be
> appropriate because these are not two independent samples. . . but Iâm
> sure whether there is a better or more appropriate test.
> Thank you!
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