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031:010 - Research Methods in Psychology Spring, 2010 April 20 th
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Example Interaction ( over-additive ) “task” (i.e., Name Color vs Read Word) was manipulated between subjects; congruence was within subjects do the simple main effects of congruence for the two tasks separately why? 2 350 400 450 500 550 600 Congruent Incongruent Name Color Read Word
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Example Interaction ( over-additive ) 1. by looking at the effect of congruence for each group, the two SMEs are within-subjects, so they have better statistical power 2. the effect of congruence is the paradigm’s measure, so you need to keep congruent vs. incongruent together 3 350 400 450 500 550 600 Congruent Incongruent Name Color Read Word
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IV ( s ) DV “cause” “effect” theory rel. labile, measured manipulated = true experiment SV ( s ) rel. stable, measured = quasi-experiment *IntVal* create conditions while holding everything else constant *IntVal* the odds of this being the only difference is nil for each IV: decide whether it will be within- or between-subjects if within: *IntVal* counter-balance order (unless MMM) if between: *IntVal* use random assignment, or matching, or add covariate run expt *IntVal* keep between-condition biases to a minimum
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