12. Mixed Design

Exemplar Study: Do Graphic Warnings Make Cigarettes Less Cool? (Mixed Design)

This study examined the effectiveness of graphic warnings (i.e., pictures) for reducing the appeal of tobacco products. In the study, researchers exposed smokers and nonsmokers to combinations of large versus small warning labels and the inclusion versus omission of graphic pictures on three types of tobacco products. For the within-subjects component, each participant saw advertisements …

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Exemplar Study: Does Cuteness Make Us Careful? (Mixed Design)

This article examined how the perception of cuteness influences behavioral carefulness, enhancing people’s ability to care for infants. While researchers took physiological measures of heart activity and skin conductance, they exposed participants to a slide show of pictures of either infant animals (kittens and puppies) previously judged as very cute or adult animals (cats and …

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Design & Data: Which Therapy is Best for Treating Eating Disorders? (Mixed Design and Mixed/Repeated-Measures ANOVA)

Key Topics and Links to Files Data Analysis Guide Which Therapy is Best for Treating Eating Disorders? Analyses Included: Mixed ANOVA/Repeated-Measures ANOVA Dataset Syntax Output BONUS: Do Others Help or Hinder Performance? Analyses Included: Mixed ANOVA/Repeated-Measures ANOVA Dataset Syntax Output Design Summary (for the chapter study and the bonus data) Research Question Design Main Analysis …

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Open Stats Lab: Two-Way (Factorial) ANOVA Activities

Activities focus on the following topics: (TWO-WAY ANOVA) Do People Judge Physical Distances of Locations Based on Their Psychological Orientation Toward Them? Here students get to conduct a two-way (factorial) ANOVA, tests for the interaction, and create a figure. (MIXED ANOVA) Do People Underestimate the Pleasure of Remembering Ordinary vs. Extraordinary Events? Here students get …

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Lecture Slides: Listen to the Music (Mixed Design Demonstration)

In this activity all of the students in class have the opportunity to listen to five different songs,and provide ratings of how energized they feel after each song. Instructors would need to insert the five music clips into the PowerPoint (details provided on the slide below). For the between-subjects variable, students are randomly assigned to …

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