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Estimated marginal means and means from descriptive statistics - interpretation in ANCOVA?

I ran an ANCOVA which proved that the covariate is significant. If i understood right, the estimated marginal means show what are the means of the DV when we account for the covariate. Then we could ...
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Linear correlation in ANCOVA - necessary?

I've been told by my stats prof that running an ANCOVA relies on a series of assumptions, including that the the dependent variable and the covariate are linearly related. So, in SPSS the first thing ...
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ANCOVA: ordinal covariate on SPSS

I'm trying to run an ANCOVA on SPSS with 3 variables: Gender, score 1, score 2. I want to control for the possibility that gender has an effect the scores, in order to isolate just the relationship ...
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SPSS: How to decompose interactions in repeated measures ANCOVA?

I conducted a study with three categorical within-factors and one continuous personality variable: topic (1,2) x gain loss framing (1,2) x achievement security framing (1,2) x personality I know how ...
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Data formatting for an ANCOVA in SPSS

was wondering if someone could help clarify an ANCOVA for me, or maybe post me in the right direction. I have a set of outcome measures that have been administered pre treatment and post treatment. I ...
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Is it possible for my mixed model results to be the same as those for a repeated measures ANCOVA? Why don't I get the same results? SPSS

The experiment: Two groups of children perform tasks with three levels of difficulty at two different time points and brain activity is measured. All of the children perform all of the tasks and do so ...
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Why is ANOVA interaction no longer significant after including a covariate?

I have initially run a 2x2x2 Anova and found some significant interaction between the independent variables. I then ran a ANCOVA where I added a covariate. I am confused with how to interpret the ...
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ANCOVA (GLM) versus Mixed Linear Model with covariate measured at both pre- and post-treatment (in SPSS)

I'm trying to analyze a pre/post study with 4 treatment groups. The Dependent Variable, Speed, measures how quickly a person's facial expression reaches peak intensity; this measure is normally ...
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SPSS:While performing ANCOVA, I get a warning: large number of columns may cause integer overflow. How do I resolve this?

SPSS Warning The large number of columns in the design matrix will cause integer overflow. The large number of columns may be due to too many levels in one or more factors, or to higher-order ...
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mixed ancova or difference scores?

I am puzzled with how I should analyze the following data: The dependent variable is respiratory sinus arrhythmia, a measure of parasympathetic activity (RSA). I have a $5\times5$ full factorial ...
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How to specify ANCOVA interactions in SPSS?

I'm trying to run ANCOVA in SPSS, with a continuous IV as well as a continuous covariate. Variable Information: 1 DV: Continuous 2 IVs: 1 Continuous and 1 Categorical 1 Covariate: Continuous I ...
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Different ANCOVA results in R using different functions

before my actual ANCOVA I would like to test whether there is a significant interaction between the IV and the CV as this is one assumption for ANCOVA. I found 3 different ways in R to perform an ...
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Comparing means - 2 repeated measures variables, controlling for covariate with heterogeneous slope

I have a 2 level repeated measures DV of accuracy, and a covariate of response bias. As response bias increases, accuracy level 1 increases while level 2 decreases. I want to see if there is a ...
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How do I estimate a repeated measures ANCOVA in R and SPSS?

I'm currently running a perception experiment: DV: error (this in degrees- how much an observer was away from the real answer) IV: the time bin (5 levels) in which the unique stimulus appeared ...
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How to determine if a change in F value when introducing a covariate, is significant?

My question may be very basic but I hope that you can help me. I have got two groups (A and B). I am measuring two continuous biological measures (X and Y) which are significantly positively ...
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How to get rid of heterogeneity of regression slopes using multilevel modeling?

I have problem with homogeneity of regression slopes in ANCOVA. I have two species of snakes and I want to compare their tail lengths (dependent variable), that are dependent on body length (in ANCOVA ...
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Significant interaction between covariate and factor in SPSS GLM

In testing gender difference on the relationship between variable A and B, A is the covariate (or independent variable) B is the dependent variable Gender is the factor As I understand it, if ...
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General linear model with interaction term in SPSS

Following my question here, I will be most grateful for further assistance to clear my confusion. The confusion is because I have read in many places that when you use ANCOVA in GLM (in SPSS), the ...
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Fitting generalized linear model with covariate

In our experimental design, we are assessing the effect of TMS on decision making. Our data is not normally distributed because our assesment test results in mean count data (ultimatum game). Besides, ...
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Longitudinal relationship between chocolate consumption and happiness: repeated measures ANOVA?

I am using SPSS and having some trouble with a research question which is analogous to the hypothetical question: Is there a longitudinal Relationship between Happiness and Chocolate Consumption? ...
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How to set up a two-way mixed ANOVA with a covariate in SPSS?

I wanted to carry out a two-way ANCOVA for my data. However, SPSS isn't liking that I have only one IV. I have One IV: Group (3 levels, i.e. 2 experimental groups and a control group), One DV: ...
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Checking factor / covariate independence in ANCOVA

One of the ANCOVA assumptions, as I read it here, says that: Independent variables orthogonal to covariates. In traditional ANCOVA, the independents area assumed to be orthogonal to the factors. If ...