for a repeated measures design

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for a repeated measures design

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Dear All,
For a research with a repeated measure design, I was wondering whether it is possible to calculate paired-samples t-tests manually using the Smartpls output from the MGA? Please see below for more details:
In this research, as a first step (before being exposed to the conditions/scenarios) participants' psychological disposition was measured. Then the same group of participants were exposed to multiple scenarios/conditions (a factorial design). After each scenario, participants completed a questionnaire to give their ratings in relation to a particular dependent variable (i.e., the study used a repeated measure design). The goal is to explore in which of these conditions/scenarios the influence of a psychological disposition (as an independent variable) on the dependent variable is significantly stronger (or weaker). In other words, the goal is to explore how the impact of a particular psychological disposition changes in multiple scenarios. Any advice is appreciated.
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Re: for a repeated measures design

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