I'm currently writing up my final year year psychology dissertation and I'm having some stats problems. My experiment involved exposing participants to two types of violent media (violent video game, violent film), with measurements taken at baseline, after exposure, and while watching footage of real violence. I was looking to see which had to the greatest desensitising effect while watching the footage of real violence. There were 12 participants, 6 per condition (game or film). I also took into consideration gender, and average weekly exposure to violent media.
I'm pretty sure I need to apply an ANOVA here but I'm not sure which one. I want to take the interacting effect of gender and average exposure to violent media into consideration. Would I use a series of two-way anova's? Or would it be a two-way anova with 3 experimental factors (media type, gender, exposure)? Or maybe a 3 way anova with repetition? Does the low sample size limit what tests I can apply?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!