Nonparametric ttests
[Box Plot]
Figure 1. The medians and interquartile range for [conditions]
Those in [condition 1] scored higher/lower than those in [condition 2]. The median [DV] for [condition 1] was [median 1] (IQR = [interquartile range 1])> compared to [median 2] (IQR = [interquartile range 2]) for [condition 2]. *Report minimum and maximum scores if required*
*Plus one of the following*

Wilcoxon Signed Ranks test (withinsubjects, nonparametric scale data or ordinal data)
A Wilcoxon Signed Ranks test (one/twotailed) revealed a non/significant difference in [DV] at the 5% level, t = [Z], N for test = [N total – ties], p = [Asymp. Sig.] *If Significant* with a significantly greater/smaller [DV] in [condition 1] than [condition 2]. The effect size was [Z ÷ √N] which is a small/medium/large effect.

MannWhitney U test (betweensubjects, nonparametric scale data or ordinal data)
A MannWhitney U test (one/twotailed) revealed a non/significant difference in [DV] at the 5% level, U = [Mann Whitney U], N1 = [N1], N2 = [N2], p = [Asymp. Sig.] *If Significant* with a significantly greater/smaller [DV] in [condition 1] than [condition 2]. The effect size was [Z ÷ √N] which is a small/medium/large effect.