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posted by Donald .
1.What is the p value (“significance level”)? What does this p value mean?
2.How does the n (sample size) of this sample affect the r and p values?
3.Is there a relationship between assertiveness and whether one holds anger “in”?
Descriptive Statistics
Mean Std. Deviation N
rath1 3.26 .989 65
axout 2.1071 .42766 63
Correlations
rath1 axout
rath1 Pearson Correlation .312 1
Sig. (2tailed) .013
N 65 63
axout Pearson Correlation .312 1
Sig. (2tailed) .013
N 63 63
*. Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2tailed).

1. P = .05 means the the probability of alpha error (rejecting the null hypothesis when it is really true) is 5 times out of 100. Whatever significance level you use is a cutting point for accepting or rejecting your null hypothesis.
2. If there is a significant relationship, larger n's will make it more likely that they will be found.
3. Haven't checked calculations, but from your data, it seems correct.
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