Correcting for indirect range restriction in meta-analysis: testing a new meta-analytic procedure.

@article{L2006CorrectingFI,
  title={Correcting for indirect range restriction in meta-analysis: testing a new meta-analytic procedure.},
  author={Huy Ho{\`a}ng L{\^e} and Frank L. Schmidt},
  journal={Psychological methods},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={416-38}
}
Using computer simulation, the authors assessed the accuracy of J. E. Hunter, F. L. Schmidt, and H. Le's (2006) procedure for correcting for indirect range restriction, the most common type of range restriction, in comparison with the conventional practice of applying the Thorndike Case II correction for direct range restriction. Hunter et al.'s procedure produced more accurate estimates of both the mean and standard deviation in meta-analysis than the conventional procedure. Even when its key… CONTINUE READING

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