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Do you agree with this WLS regression video (7 min) for SPSS?
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Sat, 24 Jun 2017 13:28:20 GMTI'd like to perform a WLS regression, would you say this is an acceptable method? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enPK_SXILnA&t=5s
]]>SPSSGiorgihttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/69766-Do-you-agree-with-this-WLS-regression-video-(7-min)-for-SPSSQuestion regarding RM ANOVA
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Sat, 24 Jun 2017 11:47:02 GMTDear readers,
I have a question regarding my output from the repeated measures ANOVA.
For my paper I have hypothesized that Dutch, masculine...Dear readers,

I have a question regarding my output from the repeated measures ANOVA.
For my paper I have hypothesized that Dutch, masculine voices in men were more attractive than foreign, masculine voices in men for a short-term relationship.
My results from the three-way RM ANOVA were that the variables group*masculinity*strategy were not significant (P-value= .572).

From the estimated marginal means table, there can be seen that Dutch, masculine voices are more attractive (M=3.6) than the foreign masculine voices on short-term (M=2.6).

My question was I have to report this? Because I have learned that after a not significant interaction you have to interpret the main effects, and not the means from the estimated table from the output.

Can someone help me how to interpret this?
Thanks in advance!