Comparison of the power of four statistics in repeated measures design in the absence of sphericity with and without serial autocorrelation PAULA FERNÁNDEZ, GUILLERMO VALLEJO, PABLO LIVACIC-ROJAS, JAVIER HERRERO and MARCELINO CUESTA


The repeated measures designs provide an efficient strategy for examining the effect of treatments administered consecutively or examining the evolution of behaviour over time, given that they permit the extraction of individual differences from the experimental error. It is for this reason that they have become the most widely used tool for diagnosing… (More)


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