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Podcast Lecture on Factorial Designs

In this podcast will show how you could set up a two factor research design using an interesting topic: physical attractiveness. You’ll see what is meant by main effect and an interaction. Do you think attractive people get all the good stuff in life? Watch to find out how it can be to your disadvantage to be attractive and along the way learn about factorial research designs.


Author: Michael A. Britt, Ph.D.

Posted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013