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The Pairwise Multiple Comparison Multiplicity Problem: An Alternative Approach to Familywise and Comparisonwise Type I Error Control
(American Psychological Association, 1999-03)
When simultaneously undertaking many tests of significance researchers are faced with the problem of how best to control the probability of committing a Type I error. The familywise approach deals directly with multiplicity ...
Specialized Tests for Detecting Treatment Effects in the Two-Sample Problem
(Taylor & Francis, 1997)
Nonparametric and robust statistics (those using trimmed means and Winsorized variances) were compared for their ability to detect treatment effects in the 2-sample case. In particular, 2 specialized tests, tests designed ...
Statistical practices of educational researchers: An analysis of their ANOVA, MANOVA, and ANCOVA analyses
Articles published in several prominent educational journals were examined to investigate the use of data-analysis tools by researchers in four research paradigms: between-subjects univariate designs, between-subjects ...