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    Three way mixed Factorial ANOVA - definining within-subjects variables

    *** Apologies for cross-posting this message. I just thought that people who don't use SPSS may still be able to help. This is a question about within-subject factors in a three-way mixed factor ANOVA. I am terribly confused and I need some help. I am trying to run a three-way mixed factor...
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    three-way mixed factor ANOVA

    *** Apologies for cross-posting this message. I just thought that people who don't use SPSS may still be able to help. This is a question about within-subject factors in a three-way mixed factor ANOVA. I am terribly confused and I need some help. I am trying to run a three-way mixed factor...
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    Using the Crawford and Garthwaite (2002) modified t-test for the reverse purpose?

    Re the unclear point, I meant that I am comparing jitter (a type of fundamental frequency variation) in the voice of participants. Yes, fair enough. I am just used to running tests with multiple control groups and doing just a one-sample t-test didn't occur to me, but it sounds like the most...
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    Using the Crawford and Garthwaite (2002) modified t-test for the reverse purpose?

    Hi All, I would like to compare features in people's vocalizations after imitating a target to the target itself. My aim is to measure how much they have deviated from the target. I've thought of using the Crawford and Garthwaite (2002) modified t-test. This is normally used to compare a single...
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    Mixed factorial ANOVA

    Hi Karabiner, Many thanks for your comment. It was really helpful. All sorted now! Best, S.
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    Mixed factorial ANOVA

    Hi everyone, I am trying to compare the performance of neurological patients and healthy controls on an auditory test including two different conditions. I am interested in the difference between groups (neurological vs healthy) and the difference in scores both between groups and within groups...
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    Which test to use? (Psychology Research)

    Hi Karabiner, Many thanks for your reply. We gave two different tasks to a group consisting of 30 individuals. The first task required them to do same/different discrimination judgments for pairs of speech stimuli and the second task again same/different discrimination judgments for music...
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    Which test to use? (Psychology Research)

    Hi there, I want to compare the performance of a single group on two different tasks. I initially thought of conducting a paired-sample t-test. However, as far as I know, this test is traditionally used to compare the performance of a group before and after some kind of treatment. In my case...