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## How do I report Tukey HSD results in SPSS?

Quick Steps

- Click on Analyze -> Compare Means -> One-Way ANOVA.
- Drag and drop your independent variable into the Factor box and dependent variable into the Dependent List box.
- Click on Post Hoc, select Tukey, and press Continue.
- Click on Options, select Homogeneity of variance test, and press Continue.

**How do you report post hoc test results?**

When reporting the results of a one-way ANOVA, we always use the following general structure:

- A brief description of the independent and dependent variable.
- The overall F-value of the ANOVA and the corresponding p-value.
- The results of the post-hoc comparisons (if the p-value was statistically significant).

**How do you describe a Tukey test?**

Tukey’s test compares the means of every treatment to the means of every other treatment; that is, it applies simultaneously to the set of all pairwise comparisons: Ui – Uj and identifies any difference between two means that is greater than the expected standard error.

### How does Tukey test work?

The value of the Tukey test is given by taking the absolute value of the difference between pairs of means and dividing it by the standard error of the mean (SE) as determined by a one-way ANOVA test. The SE is in turn the square root of (variance divided by sample size).

**What is a Tukey test used for?**

The Tukey HSD (“honestly significant difference” or “honest significant difference”) test is a statistical tool used to determine if the relationship between two sets of data is statistically significant – that is, whether there’s a strong chance that an observed numerical change in one value is causally related to an …

**Why use a Tukey post hoc?**

The purpose of Tukey’s test is to figure out which groups in your sample differ. It uses the “Honest Significant Difference,” a number that represents the distance between groups, to compare every mean with every other mean. Like Tukey’s this post hoc test is used to compare means.

## What is the Tukey post hoc test for one way ANOVA?

The Tukey post hoc test is generally the preferred test for conducting post hoc tests on a one-way ANOVA, but there are many others.

**What is the Tukey post hoc test for multiple comparative studies?**

The table below, Multiple Comparisons, shows which groups differed from each other. The Tukey post hoc test is generally the preferred test for conducting post hoc tests on a one-way ANOVA, but there are many others.

**What is Tukey’s HSD (honestly significant difference)?**

The post hoc test we’ll run is Tukey’s HSD (Honestly Significant Difference), denoted as “Tukey”. We’ll explain how it works when we’ll discuss the output. “Estimates of effect size” refers to partial eta squared. “Homogeneity tests” includes Levene’s test for equal variances in our output.

### What is the test statistic used in Tukey’s test?

The test statistic used in Tukey’s test is denoted q and is essentially a modified t-statistic that corrects for multiple comparisons. q can be found similarly to the t-statistic: The studentized range distribution of q is defined as: