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A researcher conducts a repeated-measures experiment using a sample of n = 8 subjects to evaluate the differences among four treatment conditions. If the results are examined with an ANOVA, what are the df values for the F-ratio?

To determine
The df values for the F-ratio needed for the repeated-measures experiment.

Explanation

Given info:

A researcher conducts an experiment comparing four treatment conditions with n=8 scores in each condition in a repeated-measure design.

Calculation:

Let n and k represent the numbers of participants in each treatment and total numbers of treatments. Then,

n=8k=4

In case of repeated-measures design, participants in each treatment are same, so total numbers of participants will be same as numbers of participants in each treatment. Let, N represents total numbers of participants in the study, then,

N=n=10

The values of degrees of freedom df for the F-ratio are given as:

df=(k

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