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    ANOVA or MANOVA

    Hi, I just need some confirmation or not about this. I will try and describe my data in simple terms. I have three groups (cell treatments) and we are measuring a state within those groups (cell death state) and there is a distribution within this state that is NOT independant ie I think they...
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    Different main effect in MANOVA and two-way MANOVA? Which one do I use?

    I did a MANOVA in SPSS and there is a significant main effect of the IV on only one of my two DVs. Then I did a two way ANOVA to include one more IV, but otherwise use the same variables I've used in the MANOVA (just entered one additional variable). However, suddenly the same IV that had a sig...
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    Should I use a MANOVA and then a two-way MANOVA or just the two-way MANOVA?

    My research questions: - Is there an effect of the independent variable on the two dependent variables? - Is this effect of the independent variable on the two dependent variables stronger for females as opposed to males? I did a MANOVA for question 1 and it's significant. I did a two-way...
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    One IV, two DVs, across male/female. What could I use?

    I know I've been posting a lot here lately, this is my last one: I have one independent variable (categorical) and want to determine its effect on two separate dependent variables. I know I could use MANOVA for this. But what do I use if I want to determine the effect of an independent variable...
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    Help! Performance of multiple seperate MANOVA's

    Hello, I'm in need of help. I encountered an issue regarding my statistics. Here some background about my research: - I have 36 participants assigned in 4 Groups (independent variable, IV) based on differnt combinations of flexibilty. - Number of participant per Group. Group1=7 ; Group2=9 ...
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    When 'not' to use MANOVA?

    Hey! This is about my PhD thesis where I am trying to see the pattern of memory deficit among different types of hypothyroidism. I have used a between subject group design with 1 IV with four levels. Thus, I have 4 four groups which are: Subclinical Hypothyroid group N= 14 Overt Hypothyroid...
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    Analysis in alcohol usage relapse

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    Planned a MANOVA, but data may suggest a MANCOVA

    Hi there! Thanks for taking a minute to help me. I'm in the final days of my PhD and running analyses for my final study. But the longer I look at my data, the more I am beginning to think my planned analyses do not look like they make sense. I really need someone here to act as a sounding...
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    What statistical test enables me to test my hypothesis?

    Hi all, I really really need some help.. For my thesis, I examine the following research question and hypothesis: RQ: Has the use of Twitter been successful in creating public engagement in the Iran nuclear deal? H1: Multimedia tweets are more likely to create public engagement in...
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    MANOVA or something else?

    Hello everyone! Please excuse my english, it is not my first language, so if something is unclear, let me know :) For my master thesis, I'm using pre-collected data from Burn-Out patients to compare with a healthy control group in regards to figural creativity and subjective evaluation of the...
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    Manova?

    Hi, I am doing data analisis for my research and I kinda got stuck with it, I have seached alot and I am getting inconsistent informations if it comes to the analysis thath I should perform. Generally it looks like that: My participants (N =113) have results on two independent scales...
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    Multivariate regression in R

    Hello, I am not sure what to use in R. I need to find out if a variable (y) affects data from multiple sites. Readings are taken at say 3 sites every hour, each time a reading is taken so is one for the Y variable. So I have x', x'', x''' and Y for each line of data. Is this multivariate...
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    Two-way MANOVA

    Hi, how do I fully follow up this MANOVA, please??? 2 IVs: Exposure Therapy (2 levels: control, or virtual reality) and Medication (2 levels: Propranolol, or placebo) (Giving 4 treatment groups/combinations) 2 DVs: The CAPS-5 and Skin conductance. (To measure PTSD symptom levels in two...
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    MANCOVA MANOVA_assumptions_ heterogeneity of regression slopes

    Hallo there :wave:, I am examining the difference in illness models (by asking several questions: DV) for refugees and non-refugees (IV) (both n= 100). In addition, we asked about several confounding variables / covariates (demographic data). I hypothesis that DV (illness model) will differ...
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    MANCOVA MANOVA_assumptions_ heterogeneity of regression slopes

    Hallo there :wave:, I am examining the difference in illness models (by asking several Likert scale type questions: DV) for refugees (n=100) and non-refugees (IV)(n=100). In addition, we asked about several confounding variables / covariates (demographic data). I hypothesis that the illness...
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    MANOVA with one cell "missing"?

    Hi everyone, I have a problem with an analysis that's part of a statistics course. We were handed out a dataset (total n=456) that's supposed to measure the impact of background graphics on player experience in a specific video game genre. Background graphics were either high or low detail as...
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    reversed, inverted items... MANOVA

    Do I necessarily need to recode my inverted (negatively worded) items before running a MANOVA? I am running the MANOVA on all items of a questionnaires to see if there is a general difference between two groups ( Hotelling's T?) and will analyse the item level afterwards. I do not fully...
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    Comparing several means pre and post intervention - MANOVA?

    Hi, I am looking to analyse some data I have collected for a piece of research. I wanted to evaluate the impact of a Mindfulness intervention upon the participants ability to be Mindful, as well as their levels of depression, anxiety and stress. My directional hypotheses were that the...
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    Are the parametric analyses appropriate?

    In an experimental study, the aesthetic value (independent var) of a picture is manipulated into (low and high quality). "Low Quality" -- to make it look less appealing; and "High Quality" to make it look "very attractive." I want to examine the effect of "Low" and "High" Quality images on the...
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    Non-Normality - Measuring of stereotypes

    Hello :) I'm researching a moderated mediation (2x2) with two mediators. To test my MANOVA and moderated mediation I have to check the normality assumption of errors (residuals). My sample size is 400. 1.) One of my mediators has a non-normality distribution of residuals (which I think is...