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Post-hoc tests, multiple comparisons, contrasts and handling interactions

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Why do we use follow-up tests? Different ways to follow up an ANOVA Planned vs. Post Hoc Tests Choosing and Coding Contrasts Handling Interactions Standard Errors of Differences Multiple t-tests Post Hoc Tests Trend Analysis Unpacking interactions Multiple Comparisons: Watch your Error Rate! Post-Hoc vs A Priori Hypotheses Comparisons and Contrasts Family-wise (FW) error rate Experimentwise error rate Orthogonal Contrasts or Comparisons Planned Comparisons vs. Post Hoc Comparisons Orthogonal Contrasts/Comparisons Planned Comparisons or Contrasts Contrasts in GLM Post Hoc Tests Control of False Discovery Rate (FDR) Simple Main Effects

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