**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with two measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 15.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with two measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 34.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with two measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 199.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with three measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 12.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with three measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 28.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with three measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 163.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with four measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 10.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with four measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 24.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with four measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 138.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with five measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 9.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with five measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 21.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with five measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 121.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with six measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 8.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with six measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 19.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with six measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 109.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with seven measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 8.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with seven measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 17.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with seven measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 99.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with eight measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 7.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with eight measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 16.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with eight measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 91.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with nine measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 7.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with nine measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 15.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with nine measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 85.

**Large Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with ten measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a large effect size (*f*= .40) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 6.

**Medium Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with ten measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a medium effect size (*f*= .25) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 14.

**Small Effect Size**

Power analysis was conducted in G*Power. Running a power analysis on a repeated measures ANOVA with ten measurements, a power of 0.80, an alpha level of 0.05, and a small effect size (*f*= .10) (Faul et al., 2013), the required sample size is 80.

*Reference*

Faul, F., Erdfelder, E., Buchner, A., & Lang, A.-G. (2013). G*Power Version 3.1.7 [computer software]. Uiversität Kiel, Germany. Retrieved from http://www.psycho.uni-duesseldorf.de/abteilungen/aap/gpower3/download-and-register