THINGS I HAVE LEARNED (SO FAR)

@article{Cohen1990THINGSIH,
  title={THINGS I HAVE LEARNED (SO FAR)},
  author={J. Cohen},
  journal={Anales De Psicologia},
  year={1990},
  volume={8},
  pages={3-18}
}
  • J. Cohen
  • Published 1990
  • Psychology
  • Anales De Psicologia
This is an account of what I have learned (so far) about the application of statistics to psychology and the other sociobiomedical sciences. It includes the principles "less is more" (fewer variables, more highly targeted issues, sharp rounding off), "simple is better" (graphic representation, unit weighting for linear composites), and "some things you learn aren't so." I have learned to avoid the many misconceptions that surround Fisherian null hypothesis testing. I have also learned the… Expand
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