ch7pt3,factorialdesigns

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Factorial Designs Purpose: Determine if two or more independent variables interact upon a dependent variable Design requirements: A quantitative DV, as with all ANOVAs Two or more IVs
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Notation System Each digit tells the number of levels in that IV (Number of digits = number of IVs) A 2 x 3 factorial design has how many IV’s? How many levels each? A”condition” is a pairing of a level of one IV with a level of another IV. How many total conditions in a 2 x 3 design?
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Implicit Associations Test (IAT) If interested, you can take various IATs and learn more about them at: Link to IAT website A 2 x 2 Within Subjects Factorial Design measuring automatic associations between male/female and career/family Category Career Family Male Gender Female
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multiple hypotheses: One hypothesis for the overall effect of each independent variable-- (1) Will male or female names be classified faster? (2)
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2009 for the course PSYC 314L taught by Professor Renken during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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