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Experimental Design: Procedures For The Behavioral Sciences

R. Kirk
Published 1969 · Mathematics

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Chapter 1. Research Strategies and the Control of Nuisance Variables Chapter 2. Experimental Designs: an Overview Chapter 3. Fundamental Assumptions in Analysis of Variance Chapter 4. Completely Randomized Design Chapter 5. Multiple Comparison Tests Chapter 6. Trend Analysis Chapter 7. General Linear Model Approach to ANOVA Chapter 8. Randomized Block Designs Chapter 9. Completely Randomized Factorial Design with Two Treatments Chapter 10. Completely Randomized Factorial Design with Three or More Treatments and Randomized Block Factorial Design Chapter 11. Hierarchical Designs Chapter 12. Split-Plot Factorial Design: Design with Group-Treatment Confounding Chapter 13. Analysis of Covariance Chapter 14. Latin Square and Related Designs Chapter 15. Confounded Factorial Designs: Designs with Group-Interaction Confounding Chapter 16. Fractional Factorial Designs: Designs with Treatment-Interaction Confounding



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