Just a novice here learning statistics, more into medical sciences. So I have a data set of 176 patients and need to examine the significance of and intervention which has two discrete outcomes. So I run the SPSS, and get this result where Pearson chi-square is 0.049, continuity correction is 0.075 and fisher's exact test is 0.056 (2-sided) & 0.038 (1 sided). And no cells have expected counts less than 5. So do I take the Pearson chi-square and report the test results as significant or do I take the continuity correction and Fischer's exact test and report as not significant. From a biomedical point if view what would be the ideal p value to be reported here - ?Pearson chi-square ?continuity correction ?fisher's exact test Pardon if the query was too childish.