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I used SPSS to test for concurrent validity between two tests. My supervisor, after looking at the output, was happy that there is concurrent validity. However, how do I write this up? What statistics do I report and in which format?

what tests did you run?

I did a data split and then ran correlations - the output is pearsons and spearmans rho.

I was told to report this way

correlation between x and y was significant/nonsignificant, r(N) = .**CENSORED**, p = .**CENSORED**.

But I'm not sure which tables the figures should come from

correlation between x and y was significant/nonsignificant, r(N) = .**CENSORED**, p = .**CENSORED**.

But I'm not sure which tables the figures should come from

just google correlation output spss, you get examples of output, what table contains what information, and how to interpret it.

Is that what you are looking for?

Is that what you are looking for?

Thanks I had googled but its all about the search terms! I found what I needed using your suggestion

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