Effect Size for ANOVA Designs, Issue 129

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SAGE, 2000 - Mathematics - 74 pages
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This guide lays out the computational methods for "d" with a variety of designs including factorial ANOVA, ANCOVA and repeated measures ANOVA; "d" divides the observed effect by the standard deviation of the dependent variable. Throughout, the computations are illustrated on the same data, a comprehensive set of simulated observations on air traffic controllers. The authors also raise important theoretical issues including a discussion of "off-factor" in arriving at effect size as well as questions of research practice.

 

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Contents

ANCOVA Designs
40
Repeated Measures Designs
49
Notes
63
Appendix Bi Derivation for Equation 47
71
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Jose M. Cortina is an Associate Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology at George Mason University.