I would report it. Just using an age regressor is not guaranteed to
remove all age effects. This does not invalidate your study, but it
should be mentioned.
On 08/09/2017 10:43 PM, Martin Juneja wrote:
> I need a general advice from the experts out there.
> I am comparing cortical measures (thickness and volume) between
> controls and patients using FreeSurfer. I used 'age' and 'gender' as
> covariates (in fsgd file) while calculating group differences.
> I was wondering even if I removed the effects of 'age' and 'gender'
> for this comparison, should I perform and report t-test/one way ANOVA
> results if there are significant differences in 'age' between the two
> groups or there is no need to report 'age' difference results in
> manuscript, regardless of being significant or non-significant.
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