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Conduct an additional analysis using SPSS® for practice and further understanding.
Conduct post hocs if you have conducted an ANOVA to identify significant interactions.  Even if you did not have a significant interaction in your first analysis, run post hoc/s regardless for practice.

Choose two of the most impacting variables if you have conducted a multi-variate regression analysis and run them in a simple correlational analysis, to determine their level of collinearity.

Write a 700- to 1,400-word paper, with an introduction and conclusion, that discusses the importance of running post hocs should your analysis have been an ANOVA; or the problems with multicollinearity should you have run a regression analysis.

Include the results of your analysis as addendums.  See in APA how to represent the addendums, as well as how to refer to them within the text.

Write your conclusion explaining why a researcher may have to conduct additional analyses post his original analysis; include supporting references.

Format your paper so that it is consistent with APA guidelines.