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Lecture 9

FRHD 3070 Lecture 9: Week 9 – Factorial Designs

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Family Relations and Human Development
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FRHD 3070

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1. Week 9 Factorial Designs Research Design Types - Single factor (one-way) o Studies one independent variable - Multi-factor o Studies multiple independent variables May have several levels o Examples: Two-way (e.g. 2 x 2) Three-way (e.g. 2 x 2 x 2) Factorial Designs - Factorial designs use a specific number system o The number of numbers tells you how many IVs there are o The number values tell you how many levels o E.g. in 3 x 4 factorial design, you would know that we had 2 IVs and that one IV had 3 levels while the other had 4 Note that the order of the numbers makes no difference o The number of different treatment groups in any factorial design can be determined by multiplying through the number notation o i.e. 3 x 4 = 12 groups - Defined o A research design that uses more than one independent variable - 3 types of factorial designs o Between Participants o Within Participants o Mixed Participants
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