In a factorial repeated measures ANOVA with 2 IV's (IV 'A' and IV 'B'), how do we partition the variance for SSm?
Answer
We split it into SSa and SSb
We split it into SSa, SSb and SSa*b
We split it into SSa and SSa*b
We don't split the variance beyond SSm
Question 2
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In a factorial repeated measures ANOVA with 2 IV's (IV 'A' and IV 'B'), how do we partition the variance for SSr?
Answer
Into SSr'a' and SSr'a*b'
Into SSr'a' and SSr'b'
Into SSr'a', SSr'b' and SSr'a*b'
We don't partition the variance of SSr.
Question 3
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In a factorial repeated measures ANOVA with 2 IV's (IV 'A' and IV 'B'), which formula do I use to calculate F for the main effect of IV 'A'.
Answer
MSa/MSr
MSa/DFa
MSa/MSb
MSa/MSr'a
Question 4
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If my study is a repeated measures factorial ANOVA, the relevant asumption I should be concerned about is ______________. If this assumption is met, I would expect to see that __________.
Answer
Homogeneity of variance; Levene's test should be significant
Homogeneity of variance; Levene's test should not be significant
Sphericity; Mauchlys test should be significant
Sphericity; Mauchlys test should not be significant
Question 5
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The following output shows the results of a two-way repeated measures ANOVA. The two IV's are treatment ('TREAT') and dosage ('DOSE'), some sections have intentionally been blacked out. Based on the level of output, how many levels of treatment were there?