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A Correlational Approach. Larry Hedges - University of Chicago.
A Correlational Approach.
Larry Hedges, University of Chicago.
Robert Rosenthal, Ralph L. Rosnow, Donald B. Rubin. Contrasts are statistical procedures for asking focused questions of data. Compared to diffuse or omnibus questions, focused questions are characterized by greater conceptual clarity and greater statistical power when examining those focused questions. If an effect truly exists, we are more likely to discover it and to believe it to be real when asking focused questions rather than omnibus ones
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Covers basic concepts of focused procedures, basic procedures for two groups, one-way contrast analysis, contrasts in factorial designs, contrasts in repeated measures an. .
Covers basic concepts of focused procedures, basic procedures for two groups, one-way contrast analysis, contrasts in factorial designs, contrasts in repeated measures and multiple contrasts. By: Robert Rosenthal, Ralph L Rosnow and Donald B Rubin. 212 pages, 4 figs, 68 tabs. Publisher: Cambridge University Press.
By returning to these correlations throughout the book, the authors demonstrate special adaptations in a variety of contexts from two group comparison to one way analysis of variance contexts, to factorial designs, to repeated measures designs and to the case of multiple contrasts.
book by Ralph L. Rosnow.
This book presents a series of concepts, measures, and indices that permit a more useful application of contrast analysis. Cambridge University Press.