Mann-Whitney test

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Mann-Whitney test

(ˈmænˈwɪtnɪ)
n
(Statistics) a statistical test of the difference between the distributions of data collected in two experimental conditions applied to unmatched groups of subjects but comparing the distributions of the ranks of the scores. Also called: Wilcoxon Mann-Whitney test
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Compared to no recognition, individuals on average donate $1.67 more when positive recognition is introduced (Wilcoxon Mann-Whitney test, p value = .01) and donate $1.03 more when negative recognition is introduced (Wilcoxon Mann-Whitney test, p value = .05).
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Additionally, statistical tests, including chi-square, t-tests, analysis of variance, Kruskal-Wallis test, multivariate analysis of variance, analysis of covariance, Wilcoxon Mann-Whitney test, regression analyses, path and survival analysis, and hierarchical linear modeling, were described in terms of their functions and appropriate variables to use with each.