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PowerPoint: Factorial Design: Pepsi Challenge

This activity leads students through a factorial design where students are in one of four conditions where they provide taste ratings for soda (Pepsi vs. Coke) either while knowing or not knowing the brand.

Factorial Design; Identifying IVs & DVs; Manipulating Independent Variables


Author: Gary Lewandowski

Posted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010