I conducted an experiment but I have difficulties in finding a proper statistical analysis.
The experiment consiste of a listening test in which participants had to rate the audio stimuli along 5 scales representing an emotion (sad, tender, neutral, happy and aggressive). Each audio stimulus was created in order to represent a particular emotion (I do not give the details...). Participants had to move 5 sliders each of which corresponded to one of the 5 emotions.
The sliders range was [0,10] but participants were only informed about the extremities of the sliders (not at all - very much).
There was not a force choice, therefore potentially each audio stimulus could be rated with all the scales (e.g. sad = 0.1, tender = 2.5, neutral = 2., happy = 8.3, aggressive = 1.7).
There were 20 participants, each stimulus was repeated twice.
Which analysis should be performed?
I want to demonstrate that the created stimuli were actually correctly classified in the corresponding emotion.
On the other hand I need to verify that the differences between the ratings of the stimuli are actually significant.
The problem is that for each stimulus I have 5 evaluations...should I take the maximum? But in that case I would ignore the other 4 evaluations...
Thanks in advance