A Two-Way Mixed ANOVA compares the difference between multiple sets of data comprising between-subjects and repeated-measures variables.
It is considered a parametric test and is only suitable for parametric data. To check if your data is parametric, please check out the dedicated guide: Parametric or Not Guide (PDF)
This is one of the most advanced statistical tests that students may need to conduct for their analysis.
Click Analyze > General Linear Model > Repeated Measures
Within the "Repeated-Measures Define Factors" Window, create a name for your repeated-measures factor and specify the number of levels, in my example I have two levels. Click Add. Click Define.
Within the "Repeated Measures" Window, select the dependent variables you are analysing and move them into the "Within-Subjects Variables" box. Then select the grouping variable and move it into the "Between-Subjects Factors" box.
Click "Pst Hoc". Within the "Repeated Measures: Post Hoc Multiple Comparisons for Observed Means" window select your between-subjects factor and move it to the "PostHoc Tests for" window. Select "Bonferroni", click "Continue"
Click "Options". Within the "Repeated Measures: Options" window select "Descriptive Statistics" and "Estimates of effect size".
Select Continue à OK
SPSS will generate a very large number of tables, to correctly report this test we need to select the correct pieces of information from each table. This can be very challenging.
In addition, if your ANOVA is significant you must also report your post-hoc results for example: