Research Scenario An Industrial/Organizational psychologist conducted a study on the likelihood
of a boss to be willing to meet to discuss a potential raise based on the mode of initial request, and if this varies based on the gender of the boss. She had 20 bosses (10 male; 10 female) complete her study. They were each given three scenarios - involving contact face-to-face, via email, or via indirect methods and were asked to provide a "percent likelihood you'd be willing to schedule a meeting to discuss a potential raise with the person in the given scenario" (so values can range from 0 - 100%). Percent likelihoods for each method by gender of boss is presented in the table below. Remember that between subjects variables such as "Gender" will be represented using a single column in SPSS. Within subjects variables such as method of communication would be represented in multiple columns - one per level. Hint: for this data entry, you will end up for a total of four columns in SPSS.Conduct a two-way mixed design ANOVA to determine whether perceived likelihood of receiving a raise in the next 6 months is affected by boss gender and/or primary mode of communication. Remember if the test of sphericity shows a violation, you'll use the Greenhouse-Geisser modification (see Week 1 One-Way ANOVAs in SPSS presentation slides #19-20 if you want a reminder of how to do it).
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