Can I correlate multiple variables as a whole?


i have 2 questionnaires. The first questionnaire is about anger and contains 34 questions (all questions have 1-4 scale, from never to always). The 2nd questionnaire is about anxiety and contains 20 questions (all questions are in a 1-4 scale, from never to always). I want to correlate anger and anxiety with spearman. But i don't want to correlate every single variable (every single question). I want to correlate anger as a whole with anxiety as a whole. As if they were two variables.
Is there a way to make all anger variables a single variable & all anxiety variables a single variable, to be able to compare these two variables?

Hope for help and sorry for my english.


No cake for spunky
You have to decide how you will combine the questions into anger as a whole (how you will combine them). Then combine them and you will have a single variable to correlate against a single variable. How you combine them is not simple. You should look at the literature on doing this.