A comparison of two approaches for selecting covariance structures in the analysis of repeated measurements

@article{Keselman1998ACO,
title={A comparison of two approaches for selecting covariance structures in the analysis of repeated measurements},
author={H. Keselman and J. Algina and R. Kowalchuk and R. Wolfinger},
journal={Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation},
year={1998},
volume={27},
pages={591-604}
}

Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation

The mixed model approach to the analysis of repeated measurements allows users to model the covariance structure of their data. That is, rather than using a univariate or a multivariate test statistic for analyzing effects, tests that assume a particular form for the covariance structure, the mixed model approach allows the data to determine the appropriate structure. Using the appropriate covariance structure should result in more powerful tests of the repeated measures effects according to… CONTINUE READING