One-Way and Two-Way

 One-Way and Two-Way

 

For this Assignment : Analyze One-Way and Two-Way ANOVA Tests

Imagine a researcher is interested in examining the psychological impact of principals’ perceived conflict-management style on teachers’ productivity. In this case, the researcher is interested in the relationships among teachers’ self-esteem, how teachers perceive their principals’ conflict-management style, and teachers’ productivity. Instead of conducting a power analysis before beginning the study, the researcher decided to use a convenience sample of 40 teachers.

These teachers completed a survey including a number of demographic questions as well as measures to assess perceived principals’ conflict-management style, teachers’ self-esteem, and productivity. Below are demographic data and participants’ responses on teachers’ perceptions of their principals’ conflict management style (cooperative vs. competitive) and the teacher productivity measure (50-point scale). Use these data to answer the questions below (these data have already been entered into the “teachersurvey.sav” SPSS file).

NOTE: Not all of the variables in the “teachersurvey.sav” file will be used for this assignment.

 

Gender

(M = male, F = female)

Perceived Conflict

Management Style

(Conflict)

Productivity Scores

(ProdOne)

M Competitive 25
M Competitive 28
F Competitive 36
M Cooperative 38
F Competitive 34
F Cooperative 36
F Cooperative 40
F Cooperative 41
M Competitive 22
M Cooperative 38
F Cooperative 39
F Competitive 34
F Cooperative 38
F Competitive 37
M Cooperative 45
M Cooperative 46
F Competitive 30
M Competitive 34
F Competitive 33
M Competitive 36
M Cooperative 38
M Cooperative 42
F Cooperative 46
F Cooperative 49
M Competitive 37
F Cooperative 38
M Competitive 32
M Competitive 35
F Competitive 36
M Cooperative 45
F Cooperative 49
F Cooperative 48
F Competitive 36
M Competitive 33
F Competitive 34
F Competitive 36
M Cooperative 38
M Cooperative 48
F Cooperative 48
F Cooperative 49
Support