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3% of the variance in the sample. , that treatments have no effect). 05. 79. 79 (as was the case here), H0 would be rejected. 01 level). 01. 05 and the specified dfhyp and dferr). 80, respectively. If Equations 5 and 6 are used to transform these values into equivalent 44 CHAPTER 2 PVvalues, values of. 11 and . 19 are found, respectively. 80 if treatments accounted for about 19% of the variance. 80. 65). 01) Rather than testing the hypothesis that treatments have no effect whatsoever, researchers might want to test the hypothesis that treatment effects are so small that they account for less than 1% of the variance in outcomes.
IV, a, and ES) are complicated and difficult to use. As is discussed later, it is possible to generate tables that neatly integrate information about traditional and minimum-effect hypothesis tests with information about statistical power. Analytic Methods The previous section demonstrated the analytic approach to power analysis using either an approximation to or a relatively exact calculation of the noncentral F distribution. It is possible to apply this approach to calculate the power of any test that can be framed in terms of the familiar F statistic.
Then, when you rejecting H0, researchers are rejecting the null hypothesis that their effect is negligibly small, rather than that it is precisely zero. As argued earlier, treatments are very unlikely to have a zero effect, but they may be negligible. , they account for 1 % or less of the variance in outcomes). , it is not known in advance whether H0 is wrong), and they involve questions of real substantive interest. First, because they include some range of values rather than a single exact point under the "null umbrella," the results of these tests are not a foregone conclusion.
Social Statistics for a Diverse Society (6th Edition) by Chava Frankfort-Nachmias, Anna Leon-Guerrero