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With a two-way analysis of variance (two-way ANOVA)...

each participant must have scores on three variables: two factors and a dependent variable.

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Each factor divides cases into...

two or more levels, while the dependent variable ­describes cases on a quantitative dimension.

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F tests are performed on the...

main effects for the two factors and the interaction between the two factors.

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Follow-up tests may be conducted to assess...

specific hypotheses if main effect tests, interaction tests, or both are significant.

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We can analyze data from different types of studies by using two-way ANOVA.

Experimental studies
Quasi-experimental studies
Field studies

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First Main Effect:

Are the population means on the dependent variable the same among levels of the first factor averaging across levels of the second factor?

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Second Main Effect:

Are the population means on the dependent variable the same among levels of the second factor averaging across levels of the first factor?

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Interaction Effect:

Are the differences in the population means on the dependent variable among levels of the first factor the same across levels of the second factor?

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If one or more of the overall effects are significant:

various follow-up tests can be conducted. The choice of which follow-up procedure to conduct depends on which effects are significant.

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If the interaction effect is significant:

follow-up tests can be conducted to evaluate simple main effects, interaction comparisons, or both. The choice among tests depends on which best addresses the research questions.

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If the interaction effect is not significant:

the focus switches to the main effects. If a main effect for a factor with more than two levels is significant, then follow-up tests can be conducted. These tests evaluate whether there are differences in the means among the levels of one factor averaged across levels of the other factor. These follow-up tests most often involve comparing means for pairs of levels of the factor associated with the significant main effect.

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Assumption 1:

The Dependent Variable Is Normally Distributed for Each of the Populations

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Assumption 2:

The Population Variances of the Dependent Variable Are the Same for All Cells

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Assumption 3:

The Cases Represent Random Samples from the Populations, and the Scores on the Dependent Variable Are Independent of Each Other (The two-way ANOVA yields inaccurate p values if the independence assumption is violated.)

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The General Linear Model procedure computes an effect size index, labeled:

partial eta squared. It may be computed for a main or interaction source with the use of the following equation: