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Adjusting for Unequal Variances When Comparing Means in One-Way and Two-Way Fixed Effects ANOVA Models
Rand R. Wilcox
Journal of Educational Statistics
Vol. 14, No. 3 (Autumn, 1989), pp. 269-278
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1165019
Page Count: 10
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Numerous papers have shown that the conventional F test is not robust to unequal variances in the one-way fixed effects ANOVA model, and several methods have been proposed for dealing with this problem. Here I describe and compare two methods for handling unequal variances in the two-way fixed effects ANOVA model. One is based on an improved Wilcox (1988) method for the one-way model, which forms the basis for considering this method in the two-way ANOVA model. The other is an extension of James's (1951) second order method.
Journal of Educational Statistics © 1989 American Educational Research Association