Question

The difference between Independent-measures ANOVA and Repeated-measures ANOVA is that the variance estimates for the Repeated-measures ANOVA excludes_____.

A. Individual differences

B. Group differences

C. Chance-error differences

D. Both between subjects and chance-error differences

Answer #1

The difference between Independent-measures ANOVA and Repeated-measures ANOVA is that the variance estimates for the Repeated-measures ANOVA excludes_____.

Answer: A. Individual differences

In a repeated measures design, the variability can be partitioned into between-treatments variability (or within-subjects effects, excluding individual differences) and within-treatments variability.

The within-treatments variability can divided into between-subjects variability (individual differences) and error (excluding the individual differences).

In a repeated measures ANOVA, what’s the difference between
Stage 1 and Stage 2 analyses? Which ANOVA, independent measures or
repeated measures, is less likely to have individual differences
and why?

In an independent-measures ANOVA, individual differences
contribute to the variance in the numerator and the denominator of
the F-ratio. For a repeated-measures ANOVA, what happens to the
individual differences in the denominator of the F-ratio?
a. they do not exist because the same individuals participate in
all treatments
b. they are measured and subtracted out in the second stage of
the analysis
c. individual differences contribute to the variance in the
denominator
d. none of the other options contribute

The difference between factorial ANOVA and repeated measures
ANOVA is that in latter, the within-groups variability is
partitioned into subject variability and error variability .
Question 15 options:
a) True
b) False

A repeated-measures design deals with the differences of the
means, while an independent-measures design deals with the mean of
the differences."
True False
A repeated-measures design study comparing two samples uses
_____ groups of participants and obtains ____ score(s) for each
participant.
"1, 1"
"1, 2"
"2, 1"
"2, 2"
A repeated-measures design is better than an
independent-measures design because it requires more subjects.
True False
A repeated-measures t-test is also called a within-subjects,
paired, or dependent t-test. "
True...

1. if a statistically significant difference was found between
two means using an independent-samples t test, which of the
following interpretations would be correct.
A) something over and above sampling error is responsible for
the difference between sample means
B) the difference between two means is meaningful.
C)it is unlikely that something other than error is responsible
for the difference between the sample means.
D) the difference between the two means is due to a large effect
size
2. in...

A repeated-measures experiment and an independent-measures
experiment both produce t statistics with df = 20. How many
individuals participated in each experiment?
Select one:
a. n = 21 for independent-measures and n
= 11 for repeated measures
b. n = 22 for independent-measures and n
= 21 for repeated measures
c. n = 21 for independent-measures and n
= 21 for repeated measures
d. n = 22 for independent-measures and n
= 11 for repeated measures

In the second stage of the repeated-measures ANOVA, individual
differences are removed from the denominator of the F-ratio.
True
False
Can you please back up your answer with evidence and be
confident with it. I have seen alot of answers on chegg where
people are answering A B C! Just one true anwer please with an
explanation! Thank you!

In a one-way ANOVA, what measures the differences in the
dependent variable due to the independent variable and error?

If you conducted a Repeated Measures ANOVA where the critical
region was df (2,38) = 3.25 and F(2,38) = 2.53, what statistical
decision would you make?
a. reject the null
b. fail to reject the null
c. Type I error
d. Unable to determine
I would choose b, but I am not sure. Please help?

If the outcome of a repeated-measures t test is reported as
t(23) = 2.76, what is the correct conclusion for an experiment that
tested the effect of meditation on memory?
A. The data showed a significant effect meditation on memory
with p < .05 but no significant effect with p < .01, 2-tails
test.
B. The data showed a significant effect of meditation on memory
with p < .05 and p < .01, 2-tails test.
C. The data showed a...

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