Experimental Design: Procedures for the Behavioral Sciences
Written by a renowned psychologist Roger E. Kirk of Baylor University, this classic text provides the graduate student in experimental design with detailed coverage of the designs and techniques with the greatest potential use in behavioral research. Kirk's book is known for its emphasis on the logical rather than the mathematical basis of experimental design; for its in-depth exploration of the relationship between analysis of variance and regression analysis; for its introduction of the concept of building block designs; and for its comprehensive scope that describes all of the ANOVA experimental designs that are potentially useful in the behavioral sciences and education.
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ABCD analysis of variance ANOVA Appendix Table assumptions BL(A cell means model coefficient matrix column completely randomized design components Computational formulas Computational Procedures critical value defining contrast degrees of freedom denoted dependent variable described in Section error effect error rate error term error variance estimate example expected values experiment experimental design model experimental units F statistic F test Figure fractional factorial design groups independent interaction Latin square Latin square design level of significance levels of treatment linear mean squares MSRES MSWCELL MSWG nuisance variable null hypothesis obtained parameters population means random variable random-effects model randomized block design randomly assigned reject the null researcher sampling distribution scores split-plot factorial design SSAB SSRES SSTO sum of squares Summary Table Entry test statistic test the null treatment combinations treatment effects treatment levels trend type I error vector within-blocks