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Inflation of Type I error rate in multiple regression when independent variables are measured with error
When independent variables are measured with error, ordinary least squares regression can yield parameter estimates that are biased and inconsistent. This article documents an inflation of Type IExpand
General and specific effects of lexicon in grammar: determiner and object pronoun omissions in child Spanish.
PURPOSE This study explores the hypothesis that vocabulary growth can have 2 types of effects in morphosyntactic development. One is a general effect, where vocabulary growth globally determinesExpand
Estimating Population Mean Power Under Conditions of Heterogeneity and Selection for Significance
In scientific fields that use significance tests, statistical power is important for successful replications of significant results because it is the long-run success rate in a series of exactExpand
Running head: Estimating Replicability 1 Z-Curve: A Method for the Estimating Replicability Based on Test Statistics in Original Studies
In recent years, the replicability of original findings published in psychology journals has been questioned. A key concern is that selection for significance inflates observed effect sizes andExpand
USE OF THE BOOTSTRAP FOR ERROR PROPAGATION IN ESTIMATING ZOOPLANKTON PRODUCTION
Error propagation is the calculation of statistical error in a quantity that comprises multiple components each with associated error. Such quantities constitute the end point of many ecologicalExpand
Supplement to How replicable is psychology ? A comparison of four methods of estimating replicability on the basis of test statistics in original studies
This document provides technical details and derivations. In order to make the exposition self-contained, some material from the main paper is repeated. Just a few references are given. For standardExpand
Running head: ESTIMATING REPLICABILITY 1 How Replicable is Psychology? Estimating Replicability Based on Test Statistics in Original Studies
In recent years, the replicability of original findings published in psychology journals has been questioned. We show that the replicability of a randomly chosen result cannot exceed population meanExpand
Running head: ESTIMATING REPLICABILITY 1 How replicable is psychology? A comparison of four methods of estimating replicability on the basis of test statistics in original studies
In the past five years, the replicability of original findings published in psychology journals has been questioned. We show that replicability can be estimated by computing the average power ofExpand