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Quiz 4: ANCOVA
QUESTION 1
A variable that has a relationship with (in terms of covariance), or has the potential to be related to the outcome variable we've
measured, is
A.
Covariate
B.
Partial out
C.
Analysis of covariance
D.
Adjusted mean
QUESTION 2
Whi
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Activity 1 Answer Key
Multiple Regression: Interpretation of the SPSS Output
Below is the SPSS output about testing individual effect. Please answer the following questions.
1. Write a sentence explaining the analysis presented in the following table (i
Introduction To Quantitative Data Analysis Methods In Education II
EDPS 557

Summer 2016
The complexity of the twoway ANOVA differs from that of the t tests and the oneway ANOVAs in
that,
A.
two factors can be observed using the twoway ANOVA, but not using the t tests and the
oneway ANOVAs.
B.
an interaction can be observed using the two
Introduction To Quantitative Data Analysis Methods In Education II
EDPS 557

Summer 2016
QUESTION 1
Computing a twoindependent sample t test is appropriate when
A.
different participants are assigned to each group
B.
the population variance is unknown
C.
participants are observed one time
D.
all of the above
QUESTION 2
A researcher reports a
Introduction To Quantitative Data Analysis Methods In Education II
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3. Lets run a multiple regression with four predictors using students sex (sex), family income
(famincome), mathematic selfefficacy (mtheff), and school engagement (schooleng) to predict student
mathematics score (math).What percentage of the variability
Introduction To Quantitative Data Analysis Methods In Education II
EDPS 557

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TwoWay Mixed Design ANOVA
TwoWay Mixed Design ANOVA
Mixed designs involve 2 or more factors, at least one of
which is withinsubjects, and at least one of which is
betweensubjects.
PSYC 6130A, PROF. J.
2
Example: Drinking Habits of Men and Women
Sourc
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Topic 8: RepeatedMeasures Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Chapter 13
You have learned different types of betweensubjects ANOVAs during last two weeks. You will
learn another type of oneway ANOVAs, the repeatedmeasures ANOVA, this week. The method
is al
Introduction To Quantitative Data Analysis Methods In Education II
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Topic 7: Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA)
Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) can be viewed as a combination of multiple regression and
analysis of variance. The simplest form of ANCOVA is when we have one qualitative (grouping)
variable (IV) and one quantit
Introduction To Quantitative Data Analysis Methods In Education II
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Topic 3: Multiple Regression
Chapter 16
The method of multiple regression is not new to you  we will extend the concept of linear
regression to have multiple independent variables. Before reading this lecture notes, please read
the assigned chapter (Ch
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Using SPSS: MixedDesign ANOVA. Page 1
Research Methods II: Spring Term 2002
Using SPSS: Twoway Mixeddesign ANOVA
Suppose we have performed an experiment investigating sex differences in the effects of
caffeine on memory. We have two independent variabl
Introduction To Quantitative Data Analysis Methods In Education II
EDPS 557

Summer 2016
QUESTION 1
A researcher computes a oneway withinsubjects ANOVA, thus:
A.
The same participants were observed in each group.
B.
C.
D.
At least two groups were observed in the study.
A repeated measures design was likely used.
All of the above.
QUESTION 2
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QUESTION 1
What is a key distinction between parametric tests and nonparametric tests in terms of scales of
measurement?
A.
Parametric tests are used for interval and ratio data, whereas nonparametric tests are used for nominal
and ordinal data.
B.
Parame