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Contrasts and effect sizes in behavioral research: a correlational approach

Author: Rosenthal, Robert Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2000.Language: EnglishDescription: 212 p. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780521659802Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Contrasts and Effect Sizes in Behavioral Research A Correlational Approach Contents Preface 1 Basic Concepts of Focused Procedures Focused versus Omnibus Questions An Example Effect Sizes and Significance Levels REVIEW QUESTIONS, 2 Basic Procedures for Two Groups Comparing Two Groups Correlation Effect Size (r) Other Effect Sizes: Cohen's d and Hedges's g Transforming Between Effect Size Measures Counternull Value of an Effect Size Counternull Value of a Point-Biserial r Problems When Interpreting Effect Sizes Binomial Effect Size Display Relating BESD, r, and r2 Counternull Value of the BESD The BESD with Dichotomous Outcome Variables How Big an Effect Size Is "Important"? How Many Subjects? Considerations of Power Extension to Unequal Sample Sizes in Two Groups REVIEW QUESTIONS page ix 1 1 1 4 6 8 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 17 17 20 21 25 28 30 35 37 37 42 61 63 68 3 One-Way Contrast Analyses Obtaining Significance Levels Effect Size Correlations The Four r s in the Meta-Analytic Context Extension to Unequal Sample Sizes in Three or More Groups REVIEW QUESTIONS 4 Contrasts in Factorial Designs Prologue alerting: A Preliminary Look at the Data Obtaining Significance Levels contrast: The Maximally Partialed Correlation Another Example of the Calculation of alerting, Significance Levels, and contrast alerting, Significance Levels, and contrast in Multifactor Designs with Unequal Sample Sizes effect size A More Detailed Example of the Calculation of effect size and effect size A Three-Factor Example A Four-Factor Example BESD Effect Size Estimation When Contrast Weights of 0 Are Set Aside Extension to Unequal Sample Sizes in Factorial Designs Preview REVIEW QUESTIONS 5 Contrasts in Repeated Measures Intrinsically Repeated Measures Studies Introduction to Nonintrinsically Repeated Measures Studies Nonintrinsically Repeated Measures Studies: Significance Levels and contrast Nonintrinsically Repeated Measures Studies: Effect Size Correlations Other Than contrast REVIEW QUESTIONS 6 Multiple Contrasts Relationships among Contrasts Examining the Difference between Contrasts Unplanned Contrasts REVIEW QUESTIONS 71 71 71 73 74 76 79 79 82 84 88 92 102 113 121 122 125 125 136 137 142 147 151 151 159 170 178 Appendix A List of Equations Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Appendix B Statistical Tables Table B.1 Table of Standard Normal Deviates (Z) Table B.2 Extended Table of t Table B.3 Table of F Table B.4 Table of X2 References Index 185 185 187 189 190 190 191 191 192 196 202 205 209

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