Example:

A study that looks at 2 sleep treatments and their effect on 1) how long they think they slept, 2) how rested they feel, 3) how alert they are, 4) how good their sleep was

There will be 2 groups (Group A getting treatment 1 and Group B getting treatment 2).

**My questions:**

1) What makes this NOT an ANOVA?

2) What would make it a 1-way ANOVA?

3)

**Most important:**For the above example, would you say that "Sleep Treatment" was the Independent Variable, and the two sleep treatments used are the "Levels" of the IV? Or, would Treatment 1 be its own independent variable, and Treatment 2 be its own independent variable??

4) What would make this a 2-way ANOVA?

**Me taking a crack at my own questions:**

1) Its not an ANOVA because there is only two groups, so therefore, we can just run a T-test?

2) To make it a 1-way ANOVA, we would JUST add another group?

3)?????