Do your data contain repeated measures of the same variables for the same group?
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Do your data contain repeated measures?
Repeated Measures: This means that you have multiple observations of the same variables for the same group over time. For instance, a dataset that contains Minutes of News Watched and Presidential Approval (yes/no) for a group of people with measurements at before, during, and after a a political event.
No Repeated Measures: This means that your data do not contain repeated measures across time. Instead, you have multiple independent variables taken from the same point in time. An example of this is using Weekly Average Minutes of news watched and Weekly Average Social Media Use to predict Presidential Approval (yes/no) at a single point in time.