Effect Sizes for Experimenting Psychologists

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Title: Effect Sizes for Experimenting Psychologists
Author: Rosenthal, Robert; Rosnow, Ralph L.

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Citation: Robert Rosenthal and Ralph Rosnow. 2003. "Effect Sizes for Experimenting Psychologists." Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 57, No. 3: 221-237.
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Abstract: This article describes three families of effect size estimators and their use in situations of general and specific interest to experimenting psychologists. The situations discussed include both between- and within-group (repeated measures) designs. Also described is the counternull statistic, which is useful in preventing common errors of interpretation in null correlation (r-type) effect size indicators, but a wide variety of difference-type and ratio-type effect size estimators are also described.
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