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The general linear model provides a basic framework that underlies many of the statistical analyses that social scientists encounter. It is the foundation for many univariate, multivariate, and repeated-measures procedures, including the T-TEST, (MULTIVARIATE) ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE, (MUTIVARIATE) ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE, ...

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