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Chapter 10

Chapter 10: Complex Experimental Designs

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 201W
Professor
Cathy Mc Farland
Semester
Fall

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PSYC 201 FINAL EXAM REVIEW FALL 2011CHAPTER 10 COMPLEX EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNSWith two levels results can only be described in a straight lineNonmonotonic or curvilinear relationshipoExample invertedU relationshipoAt least three or more levels neededFactorial Designs p186designs with more than one independent variableAll levels of each design are combined with all levels of the other independent variablesSimplest factorial design 2x2 design 2 independent variables with two levelsGeneral format for describing factorial designoYield two kinds of informationoMain effecteffect of each independent variable taken by itselfEffect each variable has by itselfOverall rela
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