Date: Mon, 14 Sep 1998 08:23:45 -0700
Reply-To: Dale Glaser <dale.glaser@SHARP.COM>
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From: Dale Glaser <dale.glaser@SHARP.COM>
Subject: Re: Fischer's z (aka r')
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Sarah........on page 966 (Appendix D) of the SPSS Base 7.5 Syntax Reference Guide, a macro for testing correlation coefficients is provided......
>>> Sarah Hickinbottom <shickinb@SFU.CA> 09/09 7:05 AM >>>
Could someone please help me?
I am looking to find a difference between two independent correlations.
I have correlations between subscales in a group and I would like to see
if the correlations for the males and females are significantly
I have been told that what I need to do is Fischer's z (a.k.a. r').
Can this be done on SPSS?
If not, does anyone know the formula?
Simon Fraser University