Comparison of Correlation coefficients
Compares the statistical significance of the difference between two independent correlation coefficients.
This test is not performed on data in the data table, but on statistics you enter in a dialog box.
In the dialog box you enter the two correlation coefficients and the corresponding number of cases.
Click the Test button to calculate the statistical significance of the difference between the two correlation coefficients.
When the calculated P value is less than 0.05, the conclusion is that the two coefficients indeed differ significantly.
- Hinkle DE, Wiersma W, Jurs SG (1988) Applied statistics for the behavioral sciences. 2nd ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.