Pseudofactorialism, response structures and collective responsibility

@article{Hurlbert2013PseudofactorialismRS,
  title={Pseudofactorialism, response structures and collective responsibility},
  author={S. Hurlbert},
  journal={Austral Ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={38},
  pages={646-663}
}
Pseudofactorialism is defined as ‘the invalid statistical analysis that results from the misidentification of two or more response variables as representing different levels of an experimental variable or treatment factor. Most often the invalid analysis consists of use of an (n + 1)-way anova in a situation where two or more n-way anovas would be the appropriate approach’. I and my students examined a total of 1362 papers published from the 1960s to 2009 reporting manipulative experiments… Expand
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