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Quantitative Methods and Ethics
(Oxford University Press, 2013)
The purpose of this chapter is to provide a context for thinking about the role of ethics in quantitative methodology.We begin by reviewing the sweep of events that led to the creation and expansion of legal and professional ...
ASSESSING THE EFFECT SIZE OF OUTCOME RESEARCH
(Oxford University Press, 2008)
Effect Sizes for Experimenting Psychologists
(American Psychological Association, 2003)
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 ...
Applying Hamlet's Question to the Ethical Conduct of Research: A Conceptual Addendum
(American Psychological Association, 1984)
Ethical Principles in Data Analysis: An Overview
Focused Tests of Significance and Effect Size Estimation in Counseling Pyschology
(the American Psychological Association, 1988)
The purpose of this article is twofold: first, to present the strategic advantages of focused over omnibus tests of statistical significance in counseling research and, second, to demonstrate the utility of interpreting ...
If you're Looking at the Cell Means, You're Not Looking at Only the Interaction (Unless All Main Effects Are Zero)
(American Psychological Association, 1991)
This reply to Meyer explains again that cell means, although usually the results of greatest interest, should not be confused with interaction effects. Unless all main effects are 0, one cannot accurately interpret an ...