Hi guys. First of all, congrats on such amazing software. If I were Bill Gates I would have donated you the money he spent on that boat he bought this week.

So, the problem I found: after finding a significant interaction in a 2 x 7 RM ANOVA, I ran Bonferroni-corrected paired-sample t-tests (post hoc window) and found results that don't make sense: t(149) = -3.672, p =.03 but the way I understand it, with Bonferroni correction, a t stat of 149 degrees of freedom and a value of 3.67 should yield a p value of .0003 and not .03. Is there something non-standard that this Bonferroni correction is doing?