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Empirical comparison of univariate and multivariate analysis of variance procedures.

Hummel T, Sligo J ...see all

Psychological Bulletin, vol. 76, issue 1 (1971) pp. 49-57

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Abstract

Describes a monte carlo study in which univariate and multivariate analysis of variance procedures are used either singly or in combination to form 3 approaches to the analysis of multivariate normal data. Comparisons among the approaches are made with respect to the error rates/comparison, in relation to experiments error rates, and average number of errors in experiments with at least 1 error which were obtained when data generated under 36 combinations of sample size, number of variables, and proportion of variance in common were analysed. The approach consisting of a multivariate analysis of variance followed by univariate analyses of variance is recommended as being the most useful. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved)

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  • Analysis
  • Statistical Analysis
  • empirical comparison
  • univariate & multivariate analysis of variance pro

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Authors

  • Thomas J. Hummel

  • Joseph R. Sligo

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