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Then you calculate Spearman's rank correlation for the n=9 pairs.

You could perform up to 9 Mann-Whitney U-tests, one for each reason (grouping variable "group", dependent variable "rank of reason A [or B, C... I, respectively]")

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Karabiner

Now do a permutation test. Mix up all the subjects separating them into two groups at random and get a distribution for the inter-group agreement assuming no difference. See where your original measure fits and get a p value. Low p means a difference.

(It might be useful to first establish that there is agreement within each group before you start anything else.)

kat

You could perform up to 9 Mann-Whitney U-tests, one for each reason (grouping variable "group", dependent variable "rank of reason A [or B, C... I, respectively]")