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    Mean and Standard Deviation

    I agree with Karabiner. You could possibly finesse the answer but it doesn't really make sense. Since you don't know how negative the negative income can go, or how high the >400 can go, you can't use them in your calculations in a sensible way. The "did not respond" people also provide no data...
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    Confused about what test to run for my data ! please help :(

    Regarding coding the data, I suppose you could make an argument for coding the training as 1, 3, 6, 12 representing months between sessions but then I'm not sure what you would do with the more than one year because that could mean anything >12.
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    Confused about what test to run for my data ! please help :(

    I would think that a Pearson's would be fine. You are predicting that time between training predicts confidence so training is the independent (predictor) variable and confidence is the dependent (criterion) variable.
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    locked down during lockdown :/

    Post hoc if exploratory or regular t-tests if you predicted certain differences.
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    locked down during lockdown :/

    I would also include t-tests to contrast the 3 conditions to see where the effect is coming from.
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    locked down during lockdown :/

    I think you want to do a within-subjects one-way ANOVA. Each participant is in all 3 conditions. First calculate the mean RT by condition so that you have 3 values for each participant representing the mean RT for each condition. Then do the ANOVA on that data. Does that sound right to you?
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    Confused about what test to run for my data ! please help :(

    Couldn't this be a bivariate correlation? The training variable would be entered as a value between 1 and 5 and the confidence variable would also be entered as a value between 1 and 5. Then you'd predict a positive correlation. As training sessions get farther and farther apart (higher score)...