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    Which test is appropriate for correlating categorical and continuous variables?

    Yes, 3 persons in one group sucks, I know. I’d prefer to things quite differently (and get my hands on the additional 40 participants that data has been collected from and of which some probably has the genetic risk), but I’m pretty bound by my supervisor and her thoughts on this :rolleyes...
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    Which test is appropriate for correlating categorical and continuous variables?

    Hi, Thanks for your reply! Can I do a t-test with groups of 3 and 37? Unfortunately I only have 3 kids with genetic disposition for dyslexia in my sample.
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    Which test is appropriate for correlating categorical and continuous variables?

    Hi, I'm looking to correlate a categorical variable (genetic risk for dyslexia: yes/no) with a few different continuos variables (rapid naming, letter knowledge, language skills), i.e. I want to know how genetic risk for dyslexia is correlated with the mentioned continuous variables. The data...