WCU Social Science ANOVA Models Question

Swamped with your writing assignments? We'll take the academic weight off your shoulders. We complete all our papers from scratch. You can get a plagiarism report upon request just to confirm.

Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper

Module 11:

Extensions of ANOVAs


Module Introduction

This week we cover extensions of ANOVA models. The nice thing about this module is you literally know 95% of the material. The only thing you really have to learn this week is where the important buttons are. As you will see the extensions of ANOVA model captures what we’ve learned in multivariate regression. In fact, you could get the exact same answers if you ran a multivariate regression model. The reason why we explore these new models is because they are more appropriate for when our main explanatory variable is categorical nature, and when we also want to include control variables and/or interactions variables.

Module Learning Objectives

    1. Articulate when and why a researcher would use extensions of the ANOVA model.
    2. List the assumptions of the model
    3. Conduct the analysis in SPSS
    4. Interpret the outputs
    5. Identify the type of research questions appropriate for the model

Required Readings

AB 2 chapter 6,7

Assignment Reminders

1. Lab 9

Additional Readings

Below you will find an additional readings on extension so ANOVA models. Please note, these readings are completely optional and only intended to provide those looking for a deeper understanding of the covered topics.

  1. Extension of ANOVA reading

Lab 9 Assignment:

Use your AB 2 textbook and answer the following questions:

Chapter 6, Page 180, Questions 1-7 (skip #4) and

Chapter 7, Page 210, Questions 1-8 (skip #4)


We offer CUSTOM-WRITTEN, CONFIDENTIAL, ORIGINAL, and PRIVATE writing services. Kindly click on the ORDER NOW button to receive an A++ paper from our masters- and PhD writers.

Get a 10% discount on your order using the following coupon code SAVE10

Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper