xniu86

07-11-2006, 11:47 AM

Dear subscribers:

Question: How to compare several regression slopes obtained on the same subjects

at variuous conditions ?

In the experiments we recorded outcome variables (digit forces) at different

levels of factors A, B and C. Factor A is quantitative, factors B and C are

qualitative (not measurable). We computed linear regressions of the forces on

factor A at various combinations of factors C and D. Visually, some regression

slopes look similar while others look different. If it were not regression

slopes but other variables, e.g. forces, we would apply for the data analysis

a repeated measure two-way ANOVA with factors B and C as inputs.

What is a proper way for analyzing the regression slopes? Is it correct to use

a two-way ANOVA or the repeated measure two-way ANOVA to analyze the effects of

factors B and C on the regression slopes? Note that the regression slopes

(regression coefficients) are not additive.

Your answers will be posted

Xun

Penn State Univ., UP

Question: How to compare several regression slopes obtained on the same subjects

at variuous conditions ?

In the experiments we recorded outcome variables (digit forces) at different

levels of factors A, B and C. Factor A is quantitative, factors B and C are

qualitative (not measurable). We computed linear regressions of the forces on

factor A at various combinations of factors C and D. Visually, some regression

slopes look similar while others look different. If it were not regression

slopes but other variables, e.g. forces, we would apply for the data analysis

a repeated measure two-way ANOVA with factors B and C as inputs.

What is a proper way for analyzing the regression slopes? Is it correct to use

a two-way ANOVA or the repeated measure two-way ANOVA to analyze the effects of

factors B and C on the regression slopes? Note that the regression slopes

(regression coefficients) are not additive.

Your answers will be posted

Xun

Penn State Univ., UP