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Bayes Factor 10 = 66.82 while frequentist ANOVA gives p =.159

Hi I'm doing an experiment with repeated-measures 3x3 design.

I ran Bayesian Repeated Measures ANOVA in JASP and it gives me a BF10 for one independent variable (TMS regions) of 66 - indicating strong evidence for the alternative hypothesis.

However when I ran a frequentist repeated-measures ANOVA it gives a p-value of 0.159 of the main effect of TMS region on reaction time.

Does anyone knows why they disagree so much?

Thanks :)


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