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**SPSS Guide: One-Sample T-test (Outcome: H0 Rejected)
**

The Government claims cars traveling past your house average 55 mph, but you think they are actually traveling much faster. You steal a police radar gun and record the speed of the next nine cars that pass your house: 45,60,65,55,65,60,50,70,60 50,60,65,55,65,60,55,75,65. (**Different Data!!) Why a one-sample t-test? You have only one sample, a claimed population average (55 mph), and no information about the standard deviation in the population ( x).

DATAVIEW

VARIABLEVIEW

You have data on only 1 variable, all from the same group, so you’ll use just one column. Switch to VARIABLE VIEW to name your variable “speed” and to set the number of decimals to “0”. Hint: Use the tabs at the bottom of the screen to switch back and forth between the DATA VIEW and VARIABLE VIEW when working with your data.

**Same example, but with a different (ie, faster) set of scores.
**

1. Go to the Analyze Menu, select Compare Means, then choose One sample t-test. 2. Select the variable “speed.” 3. Set Test Value equal to (in this case 55). You’re testing to see if the data you have could really come from a population with a mean of 55.

Statistical Hypotheses H 0: HA: = 55 55 This guess says any difference is just due to sample error This guess says any difference is due to a treatment effect (e.g., if you kept measuring, you’d eventually see a clear partner in which the cars are going faster than 55 on average)

Jeff Sinn, Winthrop University, SPSS Guide – One-sample t-test, Ho rejected (rev 9/06)

two-tailed. Jeff Sinn.05 Explanation of Study Outcome: The (research) hypothesis was supported. Definitions t obtained = x − µ 61.11) was significantly faster than the stated speed ( = 55).469 Difference expected. Error Mean 2. a measure of practical signif. The average speed of the cars (M = 61. speed t 2. This says that the t-test with 8 degrees of freedom was significant – we conclude the sample mean comes from a different population.475.11 − 55 = = . x = sample mean µ = population mean ˆ s x = standard error of the mean (as an est. Summary of Statistic: Reject Ho t(8) = 2. The effect size was large.05) SPSS Output One-Sample Statistics N 9 Mean 61.05.407 Std.038 Mean Difference 6. so we should calculate practical significance (a measure of how big any treatment effect is). The p .1 sig = p obt = chance diff due to sampling error Comparing to this hypothesized t critical = ± 2. Winthrop University. Deviation 7.One-Sample T-Test.8249. REJECT Ho Formula Difference observed.) ˆ Std.475.475 df 8 Sig. This time we did reject the Ho (we said there was a treatment effect). 2.469 speed One-Sample Test Test Value = 55 Mean Diff = x − µ −−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−− d = effect size.11 − 55 = = 2.42 11. =. Summarize the practical significance (if appropriate).111 95% Confidence Interval of the Difference Lower Upper .) −−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−− N = number of subjects in sample Mean = x (or M) (sample mean) Std. Summarize the statistical test 3. (2-tailed) . State whether the research hypothesis was supported. d=. p . Deviation = ˆs x (standard deviation as an estimate. Practical Significance d= x−µ 61.8249 ˆ sx 7. p . df=n-1. Because it’s less than 5% . Ho rejected (rev 9/06) .The d value of .11 Std. Error Mean = s x (standard error of the mean as an est.475 ˆ sx 2.8249 indicates a large effect.80 Chance that we’d see a difference between the means just by luck. t(8) = 2.407 Do only if t obtained exceeds t critical . Guide to write-ups: 1. SPSS Guide – One-sample t-test. we reject Ho and trust the difference as reliable.05 means we’ll be wrong no more than 5% of the time.306 (from t-test table.) ---------------------------------------Test Value = µ (the value you selected) t = t obtained df = degrees of freedom = n .

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