Monthly Archives: March 2012

For when you have a t but you want a d

Suppose you’re doing a meta-analysis and you have a t statistic which you want to use to estimate a Cohen’s  measure of effect size. Appendix D in the 2010 meta-analysis by Spada and Tomita gives the following formula (citing Rosenthal, 1991, Meta-analytic … Continue reading

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Two steps forward…

The long term effects of my knuckleheadery have been mitigated, if not eliminated, by virtue of one paper being officially accepted for publication and another being revised and resubmitted for a second round of review. Now that the latter is … Continue reading

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