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ANOVA Analysis of Cigarette Smoking on Learning

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An experimenter has investigated the effects of cigarette smoking on learning. Two levels of the smoking variable were used (smoked, did not smoke). There are also two levels of the learning variable (intentional learning and incidental learning).

(1) Practice the two-way between-subjects ANOVA on these data.

(2) Interpret the main effects and interaction of this experiment.

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This solution conducts a two-way between-subjects of ANOVA and calculates the grand mean and the F-ratio. The F-ratio is compared to the p-value and a decisions is made on the significance of the two factors.

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