OneWay ANOVAs
[Error Graph]
Figure 1. Mean <DV> and Confidence Intervals for <Levels/Conditions of the IV>
<The DV> for <condition 1> was higher/lower than for <condition 2> which was higher/lower than <condition 3>. The mean <DV> for those in <condition 1> was <mean 1> compared to <mean 2> in <condition 2> and <mean 3> in <condition 3>. The confidence intervals show that the means are reasonably close to the population mean. The upper and lower bounds were <upper bound 1> and <lower bound 1> for <condition 1>, <upper bound 2> and <lower bound 2> for <condition 2>, and <upper bound 3> and <lower bound 3> for <condition 3>.
*Plus one of the following*

Betweensubjects
A OneWay BetweenSubjects ANOVA revealed a (non)significant difference between the means [f(<df, corrected model>, <def, error>) = <f>, p = <sig.>]. The Global Effect Size using Partial Eta Squared was <Partial Eta Squared, corrected model> which is small/medium/large, and the Observed Power was <Observed Power, corrected model> which is weak/moderate/strong. A Scheffé post hoc test revealed a significant difference between <condition ?> and <condition ?> (p = <Sig. from Multiple Comparisons table>) with a very small/moderate/large effect size (d = <mean 1 – mean 2) ÷ ((SD1 + SD2) ÷ 2)>), and between <condition ?> and <condition ?> (p = <Sig. from Multiple Comparisons table>) with a very small/moderate/large effect size (d = <mean 1 – mean 2) ÷ ((SD1 + SD2) ÷ 2)>). The difference between <condition ?> and <condition ?> was not significant (p = <Sig. from Multiple Comparisons table>).

Withinsubjects
**If Mauchly's test of shpericity is NOT significant**
A OneWay WithinSubjects ANOVA revealed a (non)significant difference between the means [f(<df, Sphericity Assumed>, <def, Error, Sphericity Assumed>) = <f, Sphericity Assumed>, p = <sig., Sphericity Assumed>]. The Global Effect Size using Partial Eta Squared was <Partial Eta Squared, Sphericity Assumed> which is small/medium/large, and the Observed Power was <Observed Power, Sphericity Assumed> which is weak/moderate/strong. A Bonferroni post hoc test revealed a significant difference between <condition ?> and <condition ?> (p = <Sig. from Pairwise Comparisons table>) with a very small/moderate/large effect size (d = <mean 1 – mean 2) ÷ ((SD1 + SD2) ÷ 2)>), and between <condition ?> and <condition ?> (p = <Sig. from Pairwise Comparisons table>) with a very small/moderate/large effect size (d = <mean 1 – mean 2) ÷ ((SD1 + SD2) ÷ 2)>). The difference between <condition ?> and <condition ?> was not significant (p = <Sig. from Pairwise Comparisons table>).
**If Mauchly's test of shpericity is significant**
A OneWay WithinSubjects ANOVA, correcting for a violation of sphericity by using the GreenhouseGeisser value, revealed a (non)significant difference between the means [f(<df, GreenhouseGeisser>, <def, Error, GreenhouseGeisser>) = <f, GreenhouseGeisser>, p = <sig., GreenhouseGeisser>]. The Global Effect Size using Partial Eta Squared was <Partial Eta Squared, GreenhouseGeisser> which is small/medium/large, and the Observed Power was <Observed Power, GreenhouseGeisser> which is weak/moderate/strong. A Bonferroni post hoc test revealed a significant difference between <condition ?> and <condition ?> (p = <Sig. from Pairwise Comparisons table>) with a very small/moderate/large effect size (d = <mean 1 – mean 2) ÷ ((SD1 + SD2) ÷ 2)>), and between <condition ?> and <condition ?> (p = <Sig. from Pairwise Comparisons table>) with a very small/moderate/large effect size (d = <mean 1 – mean 2) ÷ ((SD1 + SD2) ÷ 2)>). The difference between <condition ?> and <condition ?> was not significant (p = <Sig. from Pairwise Comparisons table>).