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Primer on Effect Sizes, Simple Research Designs, and Confidence Intervals.


Primer on Effect Sizes, Simple Research Designs, and Confidence Intervals

Marty Sapp

C.C. Thomas


186 pages



Sapp helps people learn to calculate effect size for their research design, explaining that an effect size lets a clinician or researcher determine the effect of a treatment, and a confidence interval around an effect size allows them to describe the effect size within a given population. Among his topics are effect size and confidence interval for differences between two means, correlations as effect sizes, effect sizes for two or more predictors and two or more dependent variables, moderation and mediation effects, and fit indices as effect size measures. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Title Annotation:Marty Sapp
Article Type:Book review
Date:Dec 1, 2017
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