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the separation of a whole into its parts for study

a close or systematic study

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a form of literary criticism in which the structure of a piece of writing is analyzed

the use of closed-class words instead of inflections: e

a branch of mathematics involving calculus and the theory of limits

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Analysis of covariance indicated a significant difference in the mean psychological QoL score between the MBCT group and the control group after the intervention (F = 968.
IBS-Irritable Bowel Syndrome, HRQOL-Health Related Quality of Life, CBGT-Cognitive-Behavior Group Therapy, PMR-Progressive Muscle Relaxation, MANCOVA-Multivariate Analysis of Covariance.
The next step was to run an analysis of covariance test (ANCOVA).
Table 1 Within Subject Analysis of Covariance of Three Measures of Electric Consumption and Interaction with Group Membership Source Type III df MS F p Eta Squ SS Measures 119.
We computed analysis of covariance (fellowship being a categorical independent variable) with non-musculoskeletal sports medicine items as the dependent variable.
Because the schools involved in our study differ from one another in student and staff demographics, an analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) allowed us to adjust mean performance levels to estimate how schools would have performed if they all possessed the same demographics.
Second, to replicate these analyses using the Total Scale, we performed a 4 (race/ethnicity) x 2 (sex) factorial analysis of covariance, with the MRNI-R Total Scale as the dependent variable and the demographic variable that was correlated with the MRNI-R Total Scale (years of education) serving as the covariate.
Results of multivariate analysis of covariance (MANCOVA) controlling for custody status, counselling status and history, and psychiatric history showed that young black males citing a high frequency of negative social contextual experiences reported significantly greater cultural mistrust of mental health professionals and significantly less positive attitudes toward seeking professional help for mental health problems than young black males reporting a low frequency of negative social contextual experiences.
With the use of an analysis of covariance, with pretest scores used as the covariate, the achievement improvements were statistically significant.
Using univariate analysis of covariance and multivariate analysis of variance to compare between-group differences in score changes relative to baseline, the investigators determined that, in the chair rise, the functional training group had significantly more improvement in energy expenditures and compensations by increasing ankle energy expenditure and decreasing back compensation, compared with the strength training group.
We compared assessments of cognitive function and fatigue using an analysis of covariance.
When we compared the slopes and intercepts of these 2 linear regression lines by the method described by Zar (9), a method equivalent to analysis of covariance, the 2 regression lines showed significantly different intercepts (P <0.
The data collected on both instruments were analyzed using an analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) in which the dependent variable was learner perceptions as measured by the posttest and the covariate were learner perceptions as measured by the pretest.
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