The numerous online resources will get you so far, but for a comprehensive guide to how to do statistics using SPSS (or any other statistical software) and how to interpret the results, you will need a text book. Field (2009) is essential reading, and Dancey and Reidy (2008) is a good alternative. Both are available from the University Library. For help on reporting your results, try Field and Hole(2003).
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