## What is repeated measures within between interaction?

“Repeated-measures” means that the same subject received more than one treatment and/or more than one condition. Similar to two-way ANOVA, two-way repeated measures ANOVA can be employed to test for significant differences between the factor level means within a factor and for interactions between factors.

**What is number of measurements in G power?**

“Number of measurements” is simply the number of levels in your within-subject factor/repeated measure. So if you collected data at 4 different time points for example, the number of measurements would be 4.

### Do repeated measures increase power?

For instance, collecting repeated measurements of key variables can provide a more definitive evaluation of within-person change across time. Moreover, collecting repeated measurements can simultaneously increase statistical power for detecting changes while reducing the costs of conducting a study.

**Is repeated-measures the same as within subjects?**

Repeated measures means exactly the same thing as within subjects: it means that the same subjects were measured in several different conditions. In ANOVA terminology, these conditions form a repeated measures factor, or equivalently a within subjects factor.

## How many participants do you need for repeated measures?

1: – Bayesian analysis null effect between-groups: Two groups of 1,200 participants each. – Bayesian analysis null effect repeated-measures: One group of 720 participants. – Bayesian analysis null effect correlation: 3,000 data pairs.

**What is a weakness of repeated-measures?**

This usually involves the sample being split into two groups, one group does condition A first and then condition B whilst the second group would do condition B first then condition A. Another weakness of the repeated measures design is that one condition may be harder than the other condition.

### How can we increase power of a one way within subjects ANOVA?

You can use any of the following methods to increase the power of a one-way ANOVA.

- Use a larger sample.
- Choose a larger value for Values of the maximum difference between means.
- Improve your process.
- Use a higher significance level (also called alpha or α).

**What is repeated measures in G*Power?**

Repeated measures within factors settings for G*Power power calculation. As you have mentioned, “number of measurements” is the number of times that you measure each person. For example, a pre-post would be 2 measurements, and measuring each participant under 3 exercise conditions would be 3 measurements. A full,…

## Can G*Power do a power analysis with more than one factor?

They informed me that the current version of G*Power (3.1.9.2) cannot conveniently do power analyses for repeated measures designs with more than one within-subject or between-subject factor. It is possible using the “Generic F test” option, but this is considerably more complicated.

**What is the minimum number of repetitions allowed by gpower?**

The lowest value GPower allows is 1 / (number of repetitions – 1). One convention holds that a “nonsphericity correction” value should be at least 0.75 or higher in repeated measures ANOVA.

### What is being tested between groups when there are repeated measures?

The question of what is being tested between groups when there are repeated measures sometimes arises. When testing a between subjects variable, programs usually sum the outcome variable across all repeated measures for each participant then divide the sum by the square root of the number of repeated measures.