the simplest way to analyse this would be a full factorial design, where
one factor would be "timing" and the other "force". The levels of each
factor would correspond to "constant" and "varying", resp.
Hope this helps,
Am Montag, den 26.01.2009, 08:20 +0100 schrieb Sven Haller:
> Dear SPMers
> I want to analyze fMRI data of a 2 x 2 design
> The 4 conditions have either constant (c) or varying (v) timing AND
> constant (C) or varying (V) force -> cC, cV, vC, vV
> 10 subjects, 2 runs per subject.
> What is the best way to analyze this in SPM 5?
> I apologize if similar questions have been answered before. I tried to
> find answers in the SPM guide and in the listing archive, yet there is
> a incredible amount of information that and it is very difficult to
> find the relevant information.
> Any help is highly appreciated
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