Power analysis is an increasingly important concern in research,
particularly in the social and behavioural sciences, where low
power is a well-recognized problem. Power analysis helps
researchers plan and evaluate studies and helps consumers of
research make sense of what they read. This book presents a simple
and general method for conducting power analysis in a wide range of
studies. This book extends power analysis beyond the traditional,
often criticized, hypothesis tests to modern testing methods. These
tests query whether the effects of treatments, interventions etc,
are sufficiently large to warrant attention, rather than asking
whether any effect, no matter how small, exists.
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