Anova Repeated Measures to compare three different variables?

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In a psychology research (not published yet) an Anova Repeated Measures test was used to compare three different variables measured (at the same time) on the same group of subjects. These variables are somewhat related - the diffuse loneliness, the loneliness of alienation and the dissociative loneliness (the S.G. Korchagina's questionnaire of type of loneliness). Is this a right way to do a such analysis? As it should, here Anova Repeated Measures is used for the same subjects, but with different variables, and that I'm suspicious. :confused:
 
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