Adding Independent Variables--
Complex Between Groups Designs:
Analysis and Interpretation
|Reasons for Adding a Second (or More) Independent Variable(s)|
|Two-Factor Designs and Quantitative Research Approaches|
|Main Effects in More Detail|
|Interaction Effects in More Detail|
|Analysis of Two-Factor Designs|
|Source Table for a Two-Factor Analysis of Variance|
|Questions Answered in the Two-Factor Analysis of Variance|
|Describing the Results in the Text|
|Interpretation of the Results from a Two-Factor ANOVA Source Table|
|Statistical Procedures for Interpretation of an Interaction Effect|
|Statistical Procedures for Interpretation of Significant Main Effects|
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Book title: Research Methods in Applied Settings:An Integrated Approach to Design and Analysis.
Contributors: Jeffrey A. Gliner - Author, George A. Morgan - Author.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: 263.
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