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The robustness of F-test to non-normality has been studied from the 1930s through to the present day. However, this extensive body of research has yielded contradictory results, there being evidence both for and against its robustness. This study provides a systematic examination of F-test robustness to violations of normality in terms of Type I error, considering a wide variety of distributions commonly found in the health and social sciences. We conducted a Monte Carlo simulation studydoi:10.7334/psicothema2016.383 pmid:29048317 fatcat:p5djxp2epnfm3fojhbh7xb4dja