[R] Mixed-design ANOVA: 2 between-subject factors and 1 within-subject factor

From: Floating0914 <ziyonglin_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 09 May 2011 02:48:38 -0700 (PDT)

Dear all,

I am trying to using a mixed-design ANOVA to analyze my data. I have two between subject variables: location (2 different locations) and age group (young and old), and one within-subject variable: valence (positive, neutral, negative).

I am looking at an Stevens(one between, two within) in Notes on the use of R for psychology experiments and questionnaires (P34 in this article).

In Stevens' example, he first create a matrix and put the data in a multivariate format using cbind.data.frame() function.

Ela.mat <- matrix (c(19,.....28), nrow=16, byrow=T)
Ela.mul <- cbind.data.frame(subj=1:16, gp=factor(rep(1:2,rep(8,2))),

dimnames(Ela.mul)[[2]] <-

My data includes 447 data points:


The three columns are positive, neutral and negative. First 31 rows are Young* location 1, next 39 Old* location1, next 43 Young* location2, and the final 36 Old *location2.

I have 2 grouping variables and thus 4 uneven groups. Any suggestion for how I can group them in cbind.data.frame()?

Or is there any suggestion for how to analyze in this 3 (valence: positive, negative, neutral) X 2 (age: young vs. old) X 2 (location: a vs. b) mixed Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)?

Thank you very much. Any and all help will be immensely appreciated.

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