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Factorial ANOVA: Music and Age

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Conduct two-way independent ANOVA on the data attached.

The first independent variable is age.
The second independent variable is music.
The variable is called liking.

Please provide me the step by step guide for this assignment to master the procedure.

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Your screen shots showing you how to work SPSS and get this analysis are attached. I show the output, interpret it briefly and show you a graph to illustrate the interaction. The SPSS files are also attached.

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Factorial ANOVA

This week, you have explored how to use factorial ANOVA in research design. You will practice using factorial ANOVA in this Application.

To prepare for this Application:

Review Chapter 13 of the Field text for a description of the factorial analysis of variance and an example of conducting a factorial ANOVA using PASW.
Review Chapter 5 from the APA manual, "Displaying Results."

Review the media resources demonstrating the ANOVA.

Data Files: Sage Publications. (2013). Andy Field's Datasets [Data files]. Available from Discovering Statistics Using IBM SPSS Statistics companion website: http://www.sagepub.com/field4e/study/datasets.htm

The assignment:

Complete factorial analysis of variance in Smart Alex's Task #1 on p. 541, using the Fugazi.sav data set from the Field text. You can follow the steps outlined on pp. 520-525 as a guide.

Report your findings in APA format according to the guidelines in the PASW Application Assignment Guidelines handout. The final document should be 2-3 pages long.

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