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    Question regarding Repeated measures 3-way ANOVA for thesis




    Dear Readers,

    I am new to this forum and I have a question regarding my output/researchdata.
    I am currently analyzing my hypothesis with respect to masculinity preference for voices (masculinized voice/feminized voice) and mating strategy (short-term/long-term). My hypotheses is that(a) females will find a feminized voice more attractive for a long-term relationship than a short-term relationship and that (b) females will find a masculinized voice from men more attractive for a short-term relationship.
    I conducted a RM 3 way ANOVA with all the variables and looked at the variable masculinity*strategy. It seems that the interaction is not significant.
    I also did some Bonferonni pairwise comparison to see were te differences were. My question is: If my interaction is not significant how do I have to interpret this and do I still have to report/analyze the Bonferonni pairwise comparison to see if those are significant? (because SPSS wont obtain the simple effects for an interaction I put those in a syntax) In order to check the simple main effects?

    I hope someone could help with these questions,

    Thanks in advance,

    Kind regards,

    Naomi

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    Re: Question regarding Repeated measures 3-way ANOVA for thesis


    I have a very similar question to yours. Am going to post it in a separate thread.

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