Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 14:08:02 -0500 Reply-To: "Nichols, David" Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" From: "Nichols, David" Subject: Re: simple main effects In this context, the repeated measures don't come into play, other than that you have to understand that the between subjects results are done on the average over the levels of the repeated factor. The covariate doesn't alter the command syntax requirements, and you're looking at simple effects involving adjusted means. Thus, the principles in the article hold for this case. The command would be: MANOVA totpro_1 totpro_2 BY delivery(1 2) dichmast(1 2) organize(1 2) WITH(totper_1) /WSFACTORS time(2) /METHOD UNIQUE /ERROR WITHIN+RESIDUAL /POWER T(.05) F(.05) /PRINT SIGNIF( MULT AVERF EFSIZE )cellinfo (means) /NOPRINT PARAM(ESTIM) /DESIGN=dichmast, delivery, organize, dichmast*delivery, dichmast*organize, delivery*organize w dichmast(1), delivery*organize w dichmast(2). David Nichols Principal Support Statistician and Manager of Statistical Support SPSS Inc. > -----Original Message----- > From: Annette Towler [mailto:towleraj@RUF.RICE.EDU] > Sent: Thursday, July 01, 1999 10:31 AM > To: SPSSX-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU > Subject: simple main effects > > > Hi SPSSERS > > I have a mixed factorial design and have a three-way > interaction (delivery > x dichmast x organize). I want to do followup comparisons > using the simple > effects procedure looking at delivery x organize at each > level of dichmast. > Dave Nichols's paper on simple main effects is very useful, > but I am unsure > on the syntax to use when I have a covariate and a repeated measures > design. Thanks in advance. Here is my syntax for the overall design: > > > MANOVA > totpro_1 totpro_2 BY delivery(1 2) dichmast(1 2) organize(1 2) > WITH(totper_1) > /WSFACTORS time(2) > /METHOD UNIQUE > /ERROR WITHIN+RESIDUAL > /POWER T(.05) F(.05) > /PRINT SIGNIF( MULT AVERF EFSIZE )cellinfo (means) > /NOPRINT PARAM(ESTIM) . > Annette Towler > Psychology Department > Rice University > 466 Sewall Hall, MS 25 > 6100 Main > Houston, Texas 77005-1892 >

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