Levine's Guide to SPSS for Analysis of Variance
Published April 1st 2003 by Psychology Press – 208 pages
A greatly expanded and heavily revised second edition, this popular guide provides instructions and clear examples for running analyses of variance (ANOVA) and several other related statistical tests of significance with SPSS. No other guide offers the program statements required for the more advanced tests in analysis of variance. All of the programs in the book can be run using any version of SPSS, including versions 11 and 11.5. A table at the end of the preface indicates where each type of analysis (e.g., simple comparisons) can be found for each type of design (e.g., mixed two-factor design).
Providing comprehensive coverage of the basic and advanced topics in ANOVA, this is the only book available that provides extensive coverage of SPSS syntax, including the commands and subcommands that tell SPSS what to do, as well as the pull-down menu point-and-click method (PAC). Detailed explanation of the syntax, including what is necessary, desired, and optional helps ensure that users can validate the analysis being performed. The book features the output of each design along with a complete explanation of the related printout.
The new edition was reorganized to provide all analysis related to one design type in the same chapter. It now features expanded coverage of analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) and mixed designs, new chapters on designs with random factors, multivariate designs, syntax used in PAC, and all new examples of output with complete explanations. The new edition is accompanied by a CD-ROM with all of the book's data sets, as well as exercises for each chapter.
This book is ideal for readers familiar with the basic concepts of the ANOVA technique including both practicing researchers and data analysts, as well as advanced students learning analysis of variance.
Contents: Preface. Using SPSS and Using This Book. Reading in and Transforming Variables for Analysis in SPSS. One-Factor Between-Subjects Analysis of Variance. Two-Factor Between-Subjects Analysis of Variance. Three (and Greater) Factor Between-Subjects Analysis of Variance. One-Factor Within-Subjects Analysis of Variance. Two- (or More) Factor Within-Subjects Analysis of Variance. Two-Factor Mixed Designs in Analysis of Variance: One Between-Subjects Factor and One Within-Subjects Factor. Three- (or Greater) Factor Mixed Designs. Analysis of Covariance. Designs With Random Factors. Multivariate Analysis of Variance: Designs With Multiple Dependent Variables Tested Simultaneously. GLM and UNIANOVA Syntax. Appendices.