How are the subject-to-subject differences treated in the within-subjects F

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They are added to the differences between measures.

They are calculated so that they can be eliminated.

They are the residual sum of squares that becomes the error term.

They are ignored in the analysis.

Which one of these is the best answer?

May 31st, 2015

They are calculated so that they can be eliminated

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