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for a repeated measures design

Posted: Fri Oct 01, 2021 11:09 am
by marj_aslan
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.
Best Regards,

Re: for a repeated measures design

Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2021 12:44 pm
by toris
Once the web application and its supporting technologies are ready, the web software development team works with the customer to identify the final requirements. The requirements analyst should have the knowledge and expertise to understand the business issues that impact the project. This analyst will then work with the business owner to finalize the most suitable solution using the best available technology.