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Mon Apr 29,2019 12:23 AM

Currently, I am working on my psych I.A. and I just want to make sure that I have chosen the right statistical test. For my I.A., I am replicating Tversky and Kahneman 1981 where they studied the framing effect. In my version, I have opted for a repeated mesures design instead of an independent samples design to make up for the lack of participants. I asked the same question twice. The first time, the options were presented in a positive frame while the second time around, the same options were presented in a negative frame. So basically, I have nominal data. Should I still use the Chi-Squared Test for this because I've done research and I am not coming up with a better alternative? Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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