I have 20 students, but consider them as 10 pairs.
They will be doing six different activities, where the aim is to find which of the activities produce the most spoken output in the pairs. Independent variables of the study which make up the six activities:
- 2 modes of communication (online and offline)
- 3 different activity types
In other words, there are both an online and offline version for each of the three activity types. This makes up the six activities that the students will undertake. I am interested in finding if either mode of communication or task type has an affect on spoken output.
From what I have read so far, this seems to point towards a two-way repeated measures ANOVA.
Can anyone confirm?