Do post-hoc tests take repeated measures into account?


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Hi, I've tried finding an answer to this question but can't find one anywhere :-/

If you perform a repeated measures design experiment (for example blood pressure of 5 patients before, during and after a procedure) and get a significant repeated measures ANOVA omnibus effect, do the possible post-hoc tests (Bonnferonni/Tukey) take into account the repeated observations? Or do they simply compare the means of the three groups?

I hope that makes sense

EDIT: This is not homework, I'm a University student with an interest in teaching myself statistics and this is purely for that purpose.
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Nevermind, I think I've found my answer. Post-hoc tests for repeated measures designs consist of individual paired tests (Wilcoxon, dependent t test) with a correction for the family-wise error rate.