Advanced ANOVA/Data/LEQ

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The LEQ dataset provides a large (N > 3000), moderately complex dataset based on the Life Effectiveness Questionnaire for analysis of group differences (e.g., for the assessment exercise).

Independent variables[edit | edit source]

Possible independent variables include:

  1. Gender (studsex)
  2. Age (ageyears)
  3. Any of the dependent variables listed below could be recategorised (e.g., into low-high) and used as IVs.

Dependent variables[edit | edit source]

There are two main types of dependent variables and/or within-subjects factors which can be used.

Factor[edit | edit source]

There are eight "life effectiveness" factor scores, plus an overall (average) life effectiveness score per participant. Each of these is each measured on up to four occasions (T0, T1, T2, T3).

Construct Time 0 Time 1 Time 2 Time 3
Time Management timeman0 timeman1 timeman2 timeman3
Social Competence soccomp0 soccomp1 soccomp2 soccomp3
Achievement Motivation achvmot0 achvmot1 achvmot2 achvmot3
Intellectual Flexibility intflex0 intflex1 intflex2 intflex3
Emotional Control emotcnt0 emotcnt1 emotnct2 emotcnt3
Task Leadership taskled0 taskled1 taskled2 taskled3
Active Initiative aiinti0 aiiniti1 aiiniti2 aiiniti3
Self Confidence selfcon0 selfcon1 selfcon2 selfcon3
Overall totfact0 totfact1 totfact2 totfact3

Time[edit | edit source]

The Time administration periods were T0, T1, T2, and T3, with an outdoor education intervention program between T1 and T2:

  1. Time 0: Baseline, pre-program
  2. Time 1: First day of program (program start)
  3. Time 2: Last day of program (program end)
  4. Time 3: Followup (3 to 6 months after the program end)

See also[edit | edit source]