This page highlights tests and measurements for your class and discusses how to access SPSS on your personal computer.
There are 3 main ways to search for tests:
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The University's new licensing agreement with IBM includes SPSS software for home use, meaning that you can download and install it on personally owned computers.
1. To download SPSS, visit the SPSS 29 for Roosevelt Students
2. Under the Visitors section, click the View Shared Files button
3. Double-click the folder that corresponds to your computer’s operating system. Windows users should check the computer properties to determine whether the 32-bit or 64-bit versions are appropriate.
4. The license key you will need to complete the installation is in a file within each folder. Download that and enter the key when prompted. This key is valid until Dec. 31, 2023.
Support is only available online. IBM offers a support forum
Also, because this is a widely used product, many support and usage questions can be answered via Web searching.
There are two ways to search for tests:
Tests and measurements, regardless of whether they have been published in a journal, are copyright-protected. In order to use a test, you must get permission from the author.
The list of links below will direct you to test publishers. If you obtain a faculty letter stating the reason for your request, it is often possible to get permission to use the test.
Contact the publisher or author of the test for permissions.
For more information on copyright issues, go to the APA website page Copyright Permissions FAQs