International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 9, Part A (2020)
Music treatment on patient on agitation level in early and middel stage alzheimer using: Two way analysis of variance
Testing a New Technique but not sure how it stack up against all the alternative is very difficult as most of the options sound similar to each other so picking the best out of them is a challenge. Consider a scenario we have three music treatment to be apply on patient who are in early and middle stage Alzheimer I conduct a survey on randomly selected patients. Each Class of patient is provided with a different environment i.e. Piano interlude, Mozart, Easy listening in order to make a confident and reliable decision we need a evidence to support our approach. ANOVA is defined as a statistical measure that analyze the variance of two, three or more comparable series for determining the significance of the difference in their mean values with the help of statistical technique known as F-test. The methodology was originally developed by Sir Ronald A. Fisher, the pioneered innovator of the use and application of statistical methods in experiment design who coined the name “Analysis of variance”-ANOVA There are commonly two types of ANOVA tests for univariate analysis-One way ANOVA and Two-Way ANOVA. One way-ANOVA is used when one can interested in studying the effect of one independent variable factor on population, whereas Two-way ANOVA is used for studying the effects of two factors on population at the same time.
How to cite this article:
Sourav Verma. Music treatment on patient on agitation level in early and middel stage alzheimer using: Two way analysis of variance. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(9):01-04. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2020.v6.i9a.7048