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Chapter 12

chapter 12

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Psychology
Course Code
Psychology 2080A/B
Professor
Gillian Mandich

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CHAPTER 12: TRUE EXPERIMENTS, PART 2: FACTORIAL DESIGNS - often we want to examine the effect of two or more variables in a single experiment because of : - efficiency: as long as you are designing an experiment, building another independent variable into the design may not require much additional effort factorial design: research design that involves all combinations of at least two variables of two or more independent variables - in the simplest case we have a 2 x 2 factorial - you can have as many levels but increasing complexity will require more time to conduct the experiment Main Effects main effect: in a factorial experiment the effect of one independent variable average over all levels of another independent variable i
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