Multivariate Analysis of Variance, Issue 54

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SAGE, 1985 - Mathematics - 80 pages
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Bray's monograph considers the multivariate form of analysis of variance (MANOVA). The primary emphasis of the book is on methods for interpreting MANOVA statistical analyses. These are illustrated through the use of two numerical examples: one involves a small, hypothetical data set, which can be analyzed by the reader with minimal effort; the other involves real data and shows how MANOVA can be used in actual research. MANOVA represents a logical extension of Analysis of Variance by Iversen and Norpoth (QASS 1).

 

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Contents

Series Editors Introduction
5
Omnibus MANOVA Tests
13
Analyzing and 1nterpreting Significant MANOVAs
39
Causal Models Underlying MANOVA Analyses
57
References
75
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James H. Bray, Ph.D., is a clinical and family psychologist and an associate professor of family medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. A frequent speaker at national conferences and guest on national television and radio shows, he lives in Houston, Texas.
John Kelly is the coauthor of numerous books on relationships, including "Three on the Edge: The Stories of Ordinary American Families in Search of a Medical Miracle" and the international bestseller "The Secret Life of an Unborn Child." He lives in New York City.

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