Please don't close my question, it really is not a duplicate, no other answer on this forum is relevant to my case. Also, I have been advised that if I submit the spss output of my non-normally distributed model, someone will have a look at it and advise me. I have been waiting for some help for weeks. It's very important, please.
My data show deviation from normality of the residuals (as evidenced by the Shapiro results) but they say that anova is strong enough to 'survive' that. My dependent variable (emotion mean) is a mean score done from two ordinal variables. I wonder if this is what causes the normality problem. I have two IVs (gender and relationship type).
Could someone have a peek at my results and advise me if I can ignore it (the non-normal distribution) and still do my two-way anova, please?
The following are the results of the normality testing for residuals: