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Activity: Conducting a Repeated Measures ANOVA

This activity has students conduct a repeated measures ANOVA using data from a research scenario. Students determine the statistical analysis to use, identify the independent and dependent variables, set up a data file, enter the provided data, run the appropriate analysis, and summarize the results.

Repeated Measures ANOVA; PASW (SPSS) Calculation; Identifying IVs & DVs; Interpretation of Output


Author: Natalie Ciarocco & Jaclyn Racaniello
Monmouth University

Posted: Thursday, November 18, 2010