Submit Part 1 work: Submit your annotated output file that includes-output file with highlighted relevant statistics for interpreting the analysis. For each “note”, write a few sentences explaining what the output shows and interpret the correlation analysis.
Submit Part 2 work: Correlate the eleven subscales with one another, export, and annotate your output for review.
Submit Part 3 work: An APA style correlation table using the results of the analysis you conducted.
APA style formatting for writing and tables/figures, 12-point font, double-spaced.
Please download the following documents to complete the assignment.
Example Tables – Correlations
Part 1: Pearson’s Correlation – Guided
Read all of the assigned content for this section. Next, refer to Section 8.4.1 and 8.4.2 in your textbook. In this section, the author discusses how to conduct a Pearson’s correlation in SPSS and illustrates an example using the dataset Exam Anxiety.sav. You can find this dataset in the content for this course. You should already have learned about correlations in your first statistics course, so refer to your notes if you don’t remember the details of these analyses. When you are ready, open the dataset up in IBM SPSS on your computer.
Follow the author’s instructions to conduct a correlation analysis on the dataset following the example he provides. Specifically, test the correlation between the variables exam, anxiety, and revise. Run the analyses according to his exact instructions. When you have your output, verify that the numbers you obtained are the same as those in the textbook.
Export your output to a Word file following the instructions in Section 4.8 from your textbook. In your output file, highlight the relevant statistics for interpreting this analysis.
Annotate your output as you have been doing, and for each “note”, write a few sentences explaining what the output shows and interpret the correlation analysis.
Submit your annotated output file.
Part 2: Running and Interpreting Correlations
For this part of the assignment, you will add to the reporting you have completed in 1.1 and 1.2 assignments. You should use the dataset you formatted at the beginning of week 1 entitled Leadership_Data.sav for this assignment. You should also use Chapter 8 in your textbook, and the materials you used in Part 1 for this assignment.
Open your saved leadership dataset. As stated in 1.2, the data in this file are of employees at a large firm that we will refer to as Bellevue Corporation. The employees were asked to respond to a scale assessing how important different aspects of the workplace are to them personally. This was broken into 11 subscales (listed below). Each subscale score reflects the employee’s average response on that subscale. The subscales are:
Stability – refers to the importance of stability in the employee’s job and organization
Innovation – refers to the importance of working in a job and organization that emphasized innovation
Autonomy – refers to the importance of autonomy in their work
Pace – refers to the importance of work pace and deadlines in their job satisfaction
Culture – refers to the importance of a positive and collectively-oriented work culture
Influence – refers to the employee’s need for influence at work and to do work that has an impact
Direction – refers to the importance of directiveness from their supervisor or leader
Competition – refers to the importance of competition and opportunities to advance
Structure – refers to the employee’s personal need for structure in completing work tasks
Pragmatism – refers to the importance of a pragmatic supervisor or leader at work
Hierarchy – refers to their preference for clear organizational hierarchy
Following the same procedure, you learned in Part 1 of this assignment, conduct a correlation analysis to obtain Pearson’s r for these data.
Correlate the eleven subscales with one another.
Once you have run the analysis, export, and annotate your output for review.
You may use some of the annotations you wrote in Part 1, but they should be updated for this data.
Submit your annotated output as a file with your last name and “2.1 output” in the title.
Part 3: Reporting Correlations in APA Style Tables
Refer to the supplemental content provided for you to download the file for, Example Tables – Correlations. Following this guide, create an APA style correlation table using the results of the analysis you conducted. This table will be used for your formal report in the 2.2 summative assessment.
Your overall submission should contain your annotated anxiety data output, annotated subscales output, and APA correlation tables.
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