### Hotelling williams test spss

Hotelling's T-square is simply a special case of MANOVA, in which only two batches are compared (there is a one-sample test as well, but that's not germane to your scenario). So, if you're using SPSS, just run a manova (Analyze/General Linear Model/Multivariate), using sex as the factor (Independent variable) and the measures of interest as the DVs. Comparing pairs of correlations. A variable in common (overlap) e.g. of form r(W,X) = r(W,Z). A test for this comparison goes under various names the Williams test, Williams-Hotelling or Hotelling test. Some SPSS syntax is available (from Bruce Weaver). Just cut and paste into a SPSS syntax window to use. SPSS and SAS programs for comparing Pearson correlations and OLS regression coefficients Available Online at Behavior Research Methods Authors: Bruce Weaver, Assistant Professor, Human Sciences Division, Northern Ontario School of Medicine; and Research Associate, Centre for Research on Safe Driving, Lakehead.

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