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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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    Can I use ANOVA for counts (integers)?

    Hello, I have a crossed experimental design with two fixed effects: Neighbour/Stranger and Female/Male. The response variable is counts. Actually, the counts are background subtracted and some are negative. Sample sizes are fairly large and balanced = 30 x 4 = 120. Boxplots...
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    SPSS error 12005 manova

    I have been having problems with SPSS. When I try to run a data set it says: >Error # 12005 in column 14. Text: -4 >A parenthesized value range in the MANOVA procedure contains a lower limit >(the first value) that is greater than the upper limit (the second value). >Execution of this command...
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    degrees of freedom for two-way repeated-measures ANOVA

    I had a related topic over on the R forum involving my lmer model, but now I'm more concerned with the degrees of freedom, which I thought was a more general question that would be more appropriate here. My study had two crossed within-subjects factors. 44 subjects used an interface for 6...
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    Implementing non-parametric version of 2x2 Repeated Measures ANOVA in R

    Hi, I have a 2x2 repeated measures design (i.e. 1 group of participants provide data for all 4 conditions in a fully factorial counterbalanced design [so there is no time factor to worry about]). The data is non-normal so I need to use a non-parametric equivalent of the 2x2 factorial ANOVA...
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    Two-way repeated measures--post-hoc analysis?

    Hello, I have run a repeated measures two-way ANOVA using SAS. The repeated measure is time and it shows that it is significant in an interaction with one of my factors. How can I do a post-hoc analysis to determine which group is actually significant? I know the usual for regular ANOVAs...