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Date:         Fri, 18 Nov 2005 14:44:29 -0500
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Subject:      Test of covariances
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Can anyone tell me how to test whether a single covariance (e.g., cov[x,y]) differs between two independent samples. I understand how to do the parallel test for a correlation; it is discussed in Cohen & Cohen among other places. I also understand how to do it with a SEM program. What is the formula?

Thanks, Gene Maguin

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