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Pairwise multiple comparisons: A model comparisons approach versus stepwise procedures
Researchers in the behavioural sciences have been presented with a host of pairwise multiple comparison procedures that attempt to obtain an optimal combination of Type I error control, power, and ease of application. ...
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 ...
Pairwise multiple comparison tests when data are nonnormal
Numerous authors suggest that the data gathered by investigators are not normal in shape. Accordingly, methods for assessing pairwise multiple comparisons of means with traditional statistics will frequently result in ...