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    Repeated mesures with a different number of items: correct analysis?

    Thank you very much for your help. Unfortunately, I can't have access to the article. I am not very familiar with the idea of multilevel model. Would the idea be to make two levels, one level to human and bird photo and the second level to six conditions? I put two groups because I aim to see if...
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    Repeated mesures with a different number of items: correct analysis?

    Thank you for your kind reply. Each group has 50 subjects (two groups, 100 subjects). Each subject view a total of 81 photographs, 18 birds and 60 humans. The photos of birds have 6 conditions (A, B, C , D, E, F) and 3 photos for each condition. The photos of humans have the same 6 conditions...
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    Repeated mesures with a different number of items: correct analysis?

    Hello, I want to compare two groups, a group with a disease and a control group that look to photographs of humans and birds. For the group of humans I grouped the photos into 6 conditions and for the group of humans I did the same, meaning the the same 6 conditions. My natural thought was to do...