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Analysis of Variance Designs by A. J. Guarino, Lawrence S. Meyers, Glenn Gamst

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Chapter Fifteen Complex mixed design: one between-subjects factor and two within-subjects factors

15.1 A numerical example of a complex mixed design

The complex mixed design that we consider in this chapter contains one between-subjects factor (the gender of the participants) and two within-subjects factors (the color of toys and the type of toy). Over the course of several days, eight-year-old children were brought into a room containing toys. On some occasions, the toys were of the hands-on type (e.g., balls, beads, building blocks); sometimes these toys were yellow and sometimes they were blue. On other occasions, the toys were of the pretend type (e.g., dolls, stuffed animals, action figures, dress-up clothes); sometimes these toys were yellow ...

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