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    One-way between-groups ANOVA or one-way repeated measures ANOVA




    Hi guys,

    I am currently writing my masters dissertation I have been advised to use a one-way between groups ANOVA test however I am not sure this is correct.

    Each participant had plantar pressure of their foot recorded on three occasions: 1. with no tape applied, 2. with zinc oxide tape applied and 3. kinesio tape applied.

    therefore I believe I would be looking at one-way repeated measures ANOVA?

    Any help gratefully received.

    Thanks Vicky

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    Re: One-way between-groups ANOVA or one-way repeated measures ANOVA

    There are no distinct groups of subjects, as it seems, therefore your assumption is correct.

    With kind regards

    Karabiner

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    Re: One-way between-groups ANOVA or one-way repeated measures ANOVA


    Quote Originally Posted by Karabiner View Post
    There are no distinct groups of subjects, as it seems, therefore your assumption is correct.

    With kind regards

    Karabiner
    yes so all participants were testing on three occasions (on each occasion a different intervention was used. therefore it should be a repeated measures anova? not a one way between groups anova?

    Thanks again

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