A 4 (Positive expectancy: social, fun, sex, tension reduction) x 3 (Participant group: college student, university student or business person) Factorial ANOVA
of mixed design was conducted (sphericity not assumed, Greenhouse-Geisser correction implemented).
The results of running a series of 2 x2 factorial ANOVA
tests revealed a statistically significant main effect for gender on "barriers associated with information resources" dimension of the information seeking anxiety.
without Nec-1; factorial ANOVA
with genotype and treatment as category factors; Dunnett post hoc).
Results of a 3 x 2 mixed factorial ANOVA
revealed a significant main effect for training intensity F(2 592) = 936.
A follow-up two-way factorial ANOVA
was then performed on each dependent variable individually.
In a 2-factor (sleeves and Tanglefoot) factorial ANOVA
, differences in the survival of experimental cohorts to the pupal stage with sleeves (presence vs.
Moreover, a factorial ANOVA
confirms this graphical interpretation by showing significant main effects for performance of Person A (F(4,208)=145.
Topics discussed include data coding and exploratory analysis, reliability measurements, exploratory factor analysis, interpreting inferential statistics, multiple regression, discriminate analysis, factorial ANOVA
, and multivariate analysis of variance.
Table 2 - Factorial ANOVA
for main and interaction effects between dependent, and independent variables Source df F Sig.
for the survival in relation to salinity, protein and gross energy.
Descriptive statistics were used for data screening and mixed factorial ANOVA
was used to examine within and between group differences.
circularisquama concentration and exposure duration were tested using factorial ANOVA
A 4 x 2 factorial ANOVA
on the four levels of classification (freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior) and the two levels of environment (public, nonreligious college and private, religious college) was performed.
A factorial ANOVA
with two repeated measures on time (pre and post) and with two groups (experimental and control) tested for the significance of the pre-test and post-test differences between the two groups on all four dependent measures (Caregiver Well-Being Scale, the (CES-D), the (PSS), and the (LTS) measure).
The results of the Factorial ANOVA
can be found in Table 1.