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    Repeated measures ANOVA with factors not fully crossed at the subject level

    Yes, exactly as in the Excel table, not a combination of those observations. Thank you for your comments and advice on this!
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    Repeated measures ANOVA with factors not fully crossed at the subject level

    Thanks, that certainly avoids the warning messages that R puts up.
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    Repeated measures ANOVA with factors not fully crossed at the subject level

    A combination. That is, a combination of the recall test on the list that was learned via A, and the recall test on the list that was learned using B. Thanks for the suggestion. To clarify, in R, running something like aov=SCORE~TREATMENT*TYPE, and that's it (ignore the dependency)...?
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    Repeated measures ANOVA with factors not fully crossed at the subject level

    The study is comparing ways to improve memory. There are two Treatment styles being compared. Treatment A is an Active Memory Training Technique, whereas Treatment B is a Passive Memory Training Technique. Both A and B can be administered in Visual or Auditory type. Participants learned a...
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    Repeated measures ANOVA with factors not fully crossed at the subject level

    Thanks for the reply! Each participant was in one of the following between-subjects conditions. Treatment A (Visual) then Treatment B (Auditory) -------> Final Assessment Treatment A (Auditory) then Treatment B (Visual) -------> Final Assessment Treatment B (Visual) then Treatment A...
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    Repeated measures ANOVA with factors not fully crossed at the subject level

    Greetings everyone, does anyone have any thoughts about how to analyze this? Thanks in advance for any help!
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    Repeated measures ANOVA with factors not fully crossed at the subject level

    Greetings everyone, thanks in advance for any advice. I was asked to analyze a dataset from a study that used the a 2 (Treatment: A vs. B) x 2 (Treatment Type: Auditory vs. Visual) within-subjects design. The DV is the score on a final assessment. I would normally expect to run a...