For my bachelor thesis I need to perform a MANOVA to compare two groups (N of group 1 is 80 and N of group 2 is 68) on 16 dependent variables. I checked the different assumptions and two of them were violated. The first one being the Univariate Normality for almost all dependent variables. Also, two dependent variables were significant for the Levene's test (.002 and .000). Are the results of the MANOVA still good or do I need to run more or different tests?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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