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# 1. A “one-way” between-subjects ANOVA is conducted when data are recorded in one group. True False...

1. A “one-way” between-subjects ANOVA is conducted when data are recorded in one group.

True

False

2. Post hoc tests control for the total alpha level for a series of tests conducted on the same data.

True

False

3. All post hoc tests control for the effect size of a significant result.

True

False

4. A one-way between-subjects ANOVA is conducted to test for mean differences between the levels of two or more factors.

True

False

5. A researcher conducts another one-way between group ANOVA. She obtains a SSBG of 76, a SSTotal of 200, a MSE of 5, and has a dfBG of 10. Calculate Omega Squared.

6. The complexity of the two-way ANOVA differs from that of the t tests and the one-way ANOVAs in that,

 two factors can be observed using the two-way ANOVA, but not using the t tests and the one-way ANOVAs. an interaction can be observed using the two-way ANOVA, but not using the t tests and the one-way ANOVAs. three hypothesis are made with one statistical test using the two-way ANOVA, but not using the t tests and the one-way ANOVAs. all of the above

1. A “one-way” between-subjects ANOVA is conducted when data are recorded in one group. (False)

2. Post hoc tests control for the total alpha level for a series of tests conducted on the same data. (False)

3. All post hoc tests control for the effect size of a significant result. (True)

4. A one-way between-subjects ANOVA is conducted to test for mean differences between the levels of two or more factors. (True)

5.

6. ans-> all of the above

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