ASAP-Help :(

Help me please, how will I stand on the results of my quantitative research? I have a sample size of N=46, and the results shows that there is no significant relationship between variable A and variable B? what are the possible problems why I got this? where in fact i included the whole population of the participants?:shakehead


TS Contributor
It would be useful if you described your study first (topic, research question, research design, measurements taken, analyses performed, actual results of the analysis). Then your actual problem. And why is it so urgent?

With kind regards



TS Contributor
One reason could be that there is in fact no relationship between A and B. It happens to the best of theories.

Another reason is that the measurement variation has inflated the observed variation so much that the relationship is hidden.


Less is more. Stay pure. Stay poor.
Was there an effected but the study was underpowered. We could go on for days, but without providing details you may not get relevant suggestions.