Your 7 hypothesis just require 7 correlation analyses (Pearson or Spearman, depending on the scale levels of the variables), as it seems. Do you 5hink you need something more elaborate?

How large is your sample size, by the way?

Maybe you should describe the context, the theoretical background, and the goals of your study in more detail.

With kind regards

Karabiner

Hi dear Karabiner

Sorry for my late reply

The sample size is 267,

In my thesis titled (analyzing factors affecting coffee consumption behavior) I've got the 7 above mentioned variables, which are known to affect coffee consumption behavior, through exploring various conducted previous studies

The thesis has two sections, first part contains secondary data, and the second part primary data which is collected by using questionnaire as a tool , which I've done already and the data is ready to be analysed.

Now to be up front I don't know much about statistical analysis.

Actually my initial model was as of figure 1, and my adviser suggested that if there is relation among independent variables, analysis will fail so I draw the figure 2 and he accepted it,

The actual conceptual model is as of figure 3 in my opinion, and I suggested it to the adviser but he said it will get too complected.

Now what do you think which of the models conveys the concept best with regards to given hypothesizes ( we want to determine according the collected data, which of the factors have a positive effect on coffee consumption behavior)

It should be also mentioned that the 7 given variables as can be seen in the image bellow are placed in the survey form in 7 sections, each section having their own 3-4 statement with 1-5 degree of agreement levels.

Is the correlation analysis (Pearson) going to determine what is intended to? And can this analysis be carried out using SPSS?

I can provide the collected data from questionnaires if needed

Thanks for your help

Sincerely