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ANOVA TABLE Source df SS MS F actor A - S S a- ) S rror Factor A a 1 SS A SS A /(a 1) MS A /MS error Factor B b-1 SS B SS B /(b-1) MS B /MS error Factor A×B (a-1)(b-1) SS A×B SS A×B /((a-1)(b-1)) MS A×B /MS error Error N-ab SS error SS error /(N-ab) Total N-1 SS 2
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ne- ctor within- ubjects One factor within subjects analysis of variance In a one-factor within-subjects design , a single group of subjects is exposed to and measured in ach level of the independent variable each level of the independent variable Also called a repeated measures design Used to analyze one-factor multilevel within- subjects designs It may also be used in place of t rel if only two vels of an independent variable are levels of an independent variable are manipulated
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ne- ctor within- ubjects One factor within subjects analysis of variance (continued) Partitions the total variation of scores in an experiment into three sources The variation due to the effect of factor A : treatment effect he variation due to the effect of factor The variation due to the effect of factor S : individual differences among subjects The variation due to the interaction of the treatments with the subjects: symbolized as A S
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 100B taught by Professor Firstenberg,i. during the Winter '10 term at UCLA.

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