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Experimental Designs Using ANOVA

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ISBN-10: 0534405142

ISBN-13: 9780534405144

Edition: 2007

Authors: Barbara G. Tabachnick, Linda S. Fidell

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This text reflects the practical approach of the authors. Barbara Tabachnick and Linda Fidell emphasize the use of statistical software in design and analysis of research in addition to conceptual understanding fostered by the presentation and interpretation of fundamental equations. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN USING ANOVA includes the regression approach to ANOVA alongside the traditional approach, making it clearer and more flexible. The text includes details on how to perform both simple and complicated analyses by hand through traditional means, through regression, and through SPSS and SAS.
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Book details

List price: $199.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Brooks/Cole
Publication date: 3/8/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 688
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.948
Language: English

Introduction
The Nature of Research
Types of Research Designs
Types of Treatments
Outcome Measures
Overview of Research Designs
Overview of Issues Encountered In Most Designs
Generalizing Results
Computer Assistance
Organization of the Book
Choosing a Design: Some Guidelines
Problem Sets
Organizing, Describing, And Screening Data
Organizing Data for a Computer
Describing Data from One Variable
Describing Relationships
Problem Sets
Basic Anova: Logic Of Analysis And Tests Of Assumptions
Introduction
Analysis of Variance
The Regression Approach to ANOVA
Assumptions of Analysis
Other Recurring Issues
Overview of Remaining Chapters
Problem Sets
One-Way Randomized-Groups Analysis Of Variance, Fixed-Effects Designs
General Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Some Important Issues
Complete Example Of One-Way ANOVA
Comparison of Programs
Problem Sets
Factorial Randomized-Groups, Fixed Effects Designs
General Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Other Types of Randomized-Groups Designs
Some Important Issues
Complete Example of Two-Way Randomized-Groups ANOVA
Comparison of Programs
Problem Sets
Repeated-Measures Designs
General Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Types of Repeated-Measures Designs
Some Important Issues
Complete Example
Problem Set
Mixed Randomized-Repeated Designs
General Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Types of Mixed Designs
Some Important Issues
Complete Example of Mixed Randomized-Repeated ANOVA
Comparison of Programs
Putting It All Together for Factorial Designs
Problem Sets
Analysis Of Covariance
General Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Types of Designs Using Covariates
Some Important Issues
Complete Examples of Analysis Of Covariance
Comparison of Programs
Problem Sets
Latin-Square Designs
Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Types of Latin-Square Designs
Some Important Issues
Complete Examples of Latin-Square ANOVA
Comparison of Programs
Problem Sets
Screening And Other Incomplete Designs
General Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Types of Screening and Other Incomplete Designs
Some Important Issues
Complete Example of a Central Composite Design
Comparisons of Programs
Problem Sets
Analysis Of Variance With Random Effects
General Purpose and Description
Kinds of Research Questions
Assumptions and Limitations
Fundamental Equations
Types of Designs With Random Effects
Some Important Issues
Complete Example of Random-Effects ANOVA
Comparison of Programs
Problem Sets
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
References