MANCOVAMultivariate Analysis of Covariance
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01 (*) AP: novel antipsychotics; SD: standard deviation; VPA: valproic acid; WAIS-R: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised; WCST: Wisconsin Cart Sorting Test; WMS: Wechsler Memory Scale MANOVA model shows crude analysis MANCOVA model shows adjusting for age (*) : p<0.
H3 argued in favor of novel metaphors over conventional metaphors to affect issue viewpoint and was tested with a single factor (type of expression: conventional metaphor, novel metaphor, nonmetaphorical expression) between-subjects MANCOVA with beliefs and attitudes as dependent variables and aptness as a covariate.
The MANCOVA results indicated that although the informed mean rank order of drinking motives was equal among countries (social > enhancement > coping-with-anxiety > coping-with-depression > conformity), the Canadian undergraduates scored significantly higher in drinking motives (F (5) = 60.
emotional symptoms, hyperactivity/inattention, peer problem, conduct problem, and social behavior), we conducted MANCOVA analyses to compare the subscores of each construct.
The results of the pretest-posttest MANCOVA (covariate the pretest scores) indicated no significant differences in the change undergone in both treatments, Wilks' Lambda, [LAMBDA]= .
It is clear from table 1 there were differences between the two measures of the pre and post tests of the creative writing and creative problem solving, it is noticed that there was an improvement in both groups ( the first group which was trained according to Futuristic scenarios program and the second group which trained according to Creative problem solving program) and to identify whether these differences were statistically significant, MANCOVA was used.
MANCOVA results showed significant differences in the behavioral regulations (Pillai's value= 0.
Besides, t-test, MANCOVA and post hoc are also carried out to strengthen the therapy effect of REBT Structured Group Counseling towards the dependent variables of this study.
Combining the results for the two measures of cognitive flexibility in a MANCOVA also identified significant differences between the groups (F (4, 132) = 3.
First, the descriptive analysis was run of the pretest scores of both groups (see Table 3), with a MANCOVA for each dependent variable (see Table 4) and an ANCOVA with each component of the dependent variables (see Table 5).