Review the video tutorial for an overview of chi-square analyses in SPSS.
· Download and open the Attachment SPSS data set.
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An overview of the data set:
This data set represents hypothetical data from a study that examined the relationship between infant attachment style as measured in infancy and education obtained when measured in adulthood. That is, the same participants had their attachment style measured as young children, and then researchers measured the participants’ level of education obtained many years later.
Here is some more information about the variables in this hypothetical data set:
· Number: The ID number of the participant
· Sex: Participants’ sex, with 1 = male and 2 = female
· Infant_Attachment: Participants’ infant attachment style, with 1 = secure, 2 = anxious, and 3 = avoidant
· Education: Participants’ level of education obtained, with 1 = high school, 2 = undergraduate, and 3 = graduate