StatAdvice wrote:Normality tests didn't reject the normality hypothesis because of extremely small sample size. In fact the classical assumptions of parametric methods do not hold. No method works with such a small dataset. But nonparametric tests are recommended with small samples. But no matter which method you use, my prediction is that you will reveal no differences between 2 groups because of small sample size.

Bootstraping may help make you analysis more elegant (available in Stata and newer versions of SPSS, for instance).

Thanks for the reply... it's funny because I don't see anything mentioned about that in the Andy Field Discovering Statistics book. And that is supposed to be an introductory book.