I have the following dataset resulting from an experiment where I have two conditions:

Each row is a subject. Each subject was exposed to both condition1 and condition2 (depentent-sample design) and the numbers in the respective columns are the subjects' scores for each condition. The order of the exposure to condion 1 first and then 2 (or vice versa) was randomized (to avoid a training effect) and its reported in the column "order".

Now, Condition1 and Condition2 are normal (K-S test and Shapiro-Wilk test both >.05) therefore I ran a "Paired-Sample T-Test" in SPSS. The result is significant, therefore there is a significant difference between condition 1 and 2.

However... I would like to check if the Order influenced in some way the scores of the subjects in condition 1 or 2. How can I test for this in general and, specifically in SPSS? (e.g. How can I check if there is a significant difference between condition 1 and 2, taking into account also the order column? Did the order of presentation play a role in the resulting scores or not?).

Thank you in advance for your answer