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Elona Hasmujaj
Hello!
I need another answer. :)
The main hypothesis of my PHD thesis is finding the correlation between internet addiction with loneliness, depression, anxiety and stress. So, I transformed variables from ordinal in scale and I've done the Pearson correlation. Another analysis that I used in this case (in favor of the hypothesis) is t-test, between groups of "addicted and not addicted" in relationship with loneliness, depression, anxiety and stress level.
Could you say me please if I did the right thing?
Ps. Can I use the Chi-squared correlation too? (with categorial variables)

Thank you!
Elona
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Re: Correlations

Gary Oliver-3
Please can you explain the statement "transformed variables from ordinal in scale". What did you actually do?

Last book:
Oliver, G R (2012) Foundations of the assumed business operations and strategy body of knowledge. Sydney: Darlington Press

> On 10 Nov. 2016, at 09:08, Elona Hasmujaj <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hello!
> I need another answer. :)
> The main hypothesis of my PHD thesis is finding the correlation between
> internet addiction with loneliness, depression, anxiety and stress. So, I
> transformed variables from ordinal in scale and I've done the Pearson
> correlation. Another analysis that I used in this case (in favor of the
> hypothesis) is t-test, between groups of "addicted and not addicted" in
> relationship with loneliness, depression, anxiety and stress level.
> Could you say me please if I did the right thing?
> Ps. Can I use the Chi-squared correlation too? (with categorial variables)
>
> Thank you!
> Elona
>
>
>
>
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