Here's me again with my orange-green-wearer-problem:
My hypothesis is that orange wearer’s actual handgrip-strength will correlate more positively with how dominant they were perceived than it will within green wearers.
As above ... e.g., I know subject 1 (out of 20) is "above average strong" (classified in "6"). The total mean he received from others on how dominant they thought he was is "3,88", he wore green.
Since a correlation isn't possible, and multiple lin. regression neither (sample size! I had 211 participants rate 20 images ... N=20 is too low), how can I find out whether there is a pattern? I.e., the stronger someone was, the higher the ratings for dominance he received ... and even more so when he wore orange (rather than green).
I assume crosstabs is the best way to go. But I am not sure what's the best way to arrange things. Any suggestions please?