Multiple linear regression with a categorical IV.
I have a memory experiment with the following design:
Interval (IV, continuous): Memory delay in seconds.
Probe (IV, categorical): Whether the first or second memoranda is probed in the memory test.
The DV is the response error (continuous) for each trial.
According to Andy Field's textbook, this type of design should be analysed with either a multiple linear regression, or an ANCOVA. I would like to do this analysis in a Bayesian way, and I want to assess the interaction.
I don't think ANOCOVA is the right choice, because I don't want to "control" for the interval, and it doesn't appear to give the interaction. Likewise, if I dummy code the categorical variable and put it into a linear regression, it will give me BFs for the main effects, but not for the interaction. Both analyses give me a BF for "interval + probe", which I assume is the model containing both models, but not a model with the interaction.
Am I on the right track here?