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Reconnecting data analysis and research design: Who needs a confidence interval?

  • Andrew F. Hayes (a1)

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Chow illustrates the important role played by significance testing in the evaluation of research findings. Statistics and the goals of research should be treated as both interrelated and separate parts of the research evaluation process – a message that will benefit all who read Chow's book. The arguments are especially pertinent to the debate over the relative merits of confidence intervals and significance tests.

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Reconnecting data analysis and research design: Who needs a confidence interval?

  • Andrew F. Hayes (a1)

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