I have been asked at very short-notice to assist my colleague with some statistical analyses - unfortunately I do not have my textbooks to hand and am having to work from memory (not great).
If at all possible, can someone suggest or comment upon the following in terms of which statistical tests would be most appropriate. I am fairly sure this is quite straightforward but without access to the textbooks I am very much struggling to decide!
Some background information...
All participants took part in all 3 conditions (IV) each time looking at scores on two related dependent variables e.g. Positive Affect & Negative Affect scores.
I would like to look at the effect of the IV (condition) on these scores but I would also like to incorporate gender as a potential IV.
My questions are as follows:
1. Which test would best fit this analysis?
2. In terms of further investigating gender, how should I go about conducting pairwise comparisons?
Many thanks in advance.
Anna MJM Paisley BSc (Hons) MRes
Department of Computer, Communication & Interactive Systems| School of Engineering and Built Environment
T: +44 (0)141 331 1381| F: +44 (0)141 331 1381| E: [log in to unmask]
Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA
From: Research of postgraduate psychologists. [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Chris Stride
Sent: 26 February 2014 09:49
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Quantitative Methods training - Multilevel Modelling and SEM courses - Sheffield, UK - June 2014
*** A pair of one-day quantitative methods training courses for social scientists, to be held in June 2014 at Sheffield University, UK ***
Monday 23rd June 2014 - Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus Tuesday 24th June 2014 - Multilevel Modelling using SPSS
Courses cost 225 UK pounds per course with 50 UK pound discounts for students. A further reduction of 50 UK pounds on the total fee is available to anyone booking on to two or more courses.
Full details of the course fees, content, timings etc for each course, testimonials from past attendees, venue location directions and booking forms are now available at http://www.offbeat.group.shef.ac.uk/FIO/trainingcourses.htm
If Sheffield is too far to travel and there are a number of people from your organisation looking for such training, note that these courses and further courses on advanced SPSS syntax, the SPSS macro language, Multiple Regression and Latent Growth Curve Modelling are also available on an inhouse basis in the UK, Europe and Worldwide (we 'did' Australia and the US last year so nowhere is too far!). See http://www.figureitout.org.uk for details of our inhouse and bespoke training.
Glasgow Caledonian University is a registered Scottish charity, number SC021474
Winner: Times Higher Education’s Widening Participation Initiative of the Year 2009 and Herald Society’s Education Initiative of the Year 2009.
Winner: Times Higher Education’s Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers of the Year 2010, GCU as a lead with Universities Scotland partners.