PSY32 - Lecture 15

PSY32 - Lecture 15 - every level of every other IV Labeling...

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Today *Admin *Factorial Design *Writing Workshop Factorial Design *A design that enables us to investigate the independent and combined influences of more than one independent variable Real Examples *How does defendant race and race salience affect juror decisionmaking? Sommers & Ellsworth (2001) *defendant accused of battery against teammate in the locker room *IV 1: Defendant race * * *IV 2: Race salience * * *The IVs are completely crossed: every level of every IV appears in combination with
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Unformatted text preview: every level of every other IV Labeling Convention *label tells you how many IVs exist in the design *it also tells you how many levels each IV has Main Effect of Type of TV * main effect : the overall influence of one IV Main Effect of Presence of Music Interaction * interaction: the effect of one IV on the DV depends on the level of another IV Interaction *another way to interpret the interaction Paper 2 Writing Workshop *Next time Factorial Design continued...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course PSYCH 32 taught by Professor Urry during the Spring '08 term at Tufts.

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PSY32 - Lecture 15 - every level of every other IV Labeling...

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