# repeated measure

1. ### Repeated measures when pre/post group is not independent or dependent

Hello, I am running a pre-post study using several different instruments (e.g. 1-5 Likert scale instruments which produce a final score). It is being done to a group of employees at a hospital pre and post a new intervention approach with patients. However, as some of the questions on the...
2. ### The effect of a single continuous IV on within subjects change

Could someone please suggest the most appropriate method of analysis to examine the effect of a continuous IV on a within subject (repeated measures) DV with 2 levels (pre-post)? I have a leadership intervention where we measured "leadership style" (DV) before the program and again after the...
3. ### Comparing categorical outcome variables in repeated measures design

I am working on an observational prospective longitudinal study with a repeated measures design. The same categorical outcome is measured for five times, for all the participants, over a time period. So there are five outcome (dependent) variables and a few predictor variables. First of all, I...
4. ### Comparing proportion between categorical outcome variables, repeated measures design

I am working on an observational prospective longitudinal study with a repeated measures design. The same categorical outcome is measured for five times, for all the participants, over a time period. So there are five outcome (dependent) variables and a few predictor variables. First of all, I...
5. ### How to report a non-significant main effect with significant contrasts (LME)

Hi :wave:, Sorry for a lengthy first post, but I'm at my wits end :( I am using multilevel linear modelling with nlme's lme function to analyse a mixed design (2 categorical predictors, 1 a repeated measure with 5 levels, the other not repeated with 3 levels). From Andy Field's...
6. ### LMM: what effect does the repeated variable have on the model?

When making a linear mixed model what does the repeated variable do? I want to be able to relate what I'm clicking on and the statistics that happen. Conceptually, I understand what a repeated measure is, but what is actually happening when I specify a repeated variable in the "Specify Subjects...
7. ### biostatistics for ordinal variable

The study is perspective. the subject is : the effect of an intervention on antibiogram level I will have a antibiogram value at (4: for clean- 3 for a few- 2 for moderate and 1 for many bacteria) for each patient( 5 patient in every group, 10 patient in control and intervention groip)...