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Department
Kinesiology
Course
KIN 330
Professor
Peter Hall
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 12 – Experimental Designs 3 Differentiating factor between PPCG and TPPD • Presence of control among your conditions compared with the experimental group  in PPCG Factorial Designs Cont… • Depicts the factors and subgroup pertaining to those factors (ie. Setting  ▯ community center OR home) • 2x2 (Two way factorial) = 4 groups o two factors with 2 levels each • 3x3 (Two way factorial) = 9 groups o two factors with 3 lvls • 2x2x2 (Three way factorial) = 8 groups o three factors with 2 levels each • 3x3x3 (Three way factorial) = 27 groups o three factors with 3 levels each *Levels are the heavy determinants of complexity in factorial design Blocking • useful in EXPERIMENTS ONLY (not observational), if there is another factor  that is correlated with the DV that you want to be sure to control for in the design o ie. age group, sex etc Nesting • Multiple factors • Not all factors can be crossed • Graph: o Testing experimental treatment and control treatment with less  experienced and more experienced therapists o You cannot place values on therapists because they are all either less or  more experienced essentially than each other essentially EVERYTHING ABOVE WAS “BETWEEN SUBJECTS” DESIGNS *Between subjects = different intervention / conditi
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