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50. 75)] j = 69 + 34 + (–103) = 0. This constraint implies that there are only (J – 1) independent pieces of information in a set of J deviation means. The number of degrees of freedom for variation between groups is νB = (J – 1). 75. νB 2 Given the ANOVA model with the zero-sum constraint ( ∑ α j = 0), the expected value of MS B for an equal-n experiment is n∑ α 2j E( MS B ) = σ ε2 + j J −1 , and the variance ratio MS B MS E is distributed as a noncentral F distribution with degrees of freedom parameters ν1 = νB = (J – 1) and ν2 = νE = (N – J), and noncentrality parameter n∑ α 2j δF = j σε2 .
For example, (µ1 − µ 2 ) = (µ1 − µ3 ) − (µ 2 − µ3 ). Post hoc contrasts An unrestricted contrasts analysis can include any contrasts of interest, including post hoc contrasts: those that occur to the experimenter after an inspection of the pattern of sample means. Claims about the control over error rates produced by any t-based CI procedure (including the Bonferroni-t procedure) are based on the assumption that a replication of the experiment would include a replication of the choice of contrasts in the analysis, so that the experimenter would have no freedom to vary the choice of contrasts from one replication to the next.
If you would like to become acquainted with the recent history of the debate in psychology concerning the relative value of CIs and significance tests, you will find it worthwhile to consult Cohen (1994), Nickerson (2000), Schmidt (1996), or some of the relevant chapters in Harlow, Mulaik and Steiger (1997). For an indication of the approach to this issue recently adopted by the American Psychological Association, see Wilkinson and the Task Force on Statistical Inference (1999) and the 5th edition of the APA Publication Manual (American Psychological Association, 2001).