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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 2530
Professor
Anne Russon
Semester
Fall

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Ch. 14 - Two-Factor ANOVA Tuesday, November 13, 2012 9:21 PM PSYC 2530 Introductory Statistics Chapter 14: Two-Factor Analysis of Variance (Independent Measures)  The mean differences among the levels of one factor are referred to as the main effect of that factor. When the design of the research study is represented as a matrix with one factor determining the rows and the second factor determining the columns, then the mean differences among the rows describe the mean effect of one factor, and the mean differences among the columns describe the main effect for the second factor.  Hypotheses for Two-Factor ANOVA: o There is no interaction between factors A and B. All of the mean differences between treatment conditions are explained by the main effects of the two fact
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