Lecture 16: Factorial ANOVA Interactions Practice. Laura McAvinue School of Psychology Trinity College Dublin. Recall Eysenck’s Study.
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Lecture 16:Factorial ANOVA InteractionsPractice
School of Psychology
Trinity College Dublin
Eysenck was interested in the effects of Age & Depth of Processing on Recall. He obtained a sample of 60 old & young participants and randomly assigned them to three groups. All three groups were given a list of words to study. The first group was asked to count the number of letters in each word, the second group was asked to think of an adjective that could be used with the word and a third group was asked to form an image associated with the word.
Organise output according to Learning Condition
One Way ANOVA with Recall as the dependent variable & Age as the independent variable
Organise output according to Age
One Way ANOVA with Recall as the dependent variable and Learning Condition as the Independent variable
Simple Effects of Age at each Level of Learning Condition
Simple Effects of Learning Condition at each Level of Age