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Equivalence tests for one-way independent groups designs
(Heldref Publications, 2010)
Researchers in education are often interested in determining whether independent groups are equivalent on a specific outcome. Equivalence tests for 2 independent populations have been widely discussed, whereas testing for ...
Detecting a lack of association: An equivalence testing approach
(The British Psychological Society, 2010)
Researchers often test for a lack of association between variables. A lack of association is usually established by demonstrating a non-significant relationship with a traditional test (e.g., Pearson’s r). However, for ...
Equivalence based tests of clinical significance: Assessing treatments for depression
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2010)
Treatment efficacy is largely determined by statistical significance testing, and clinical significance testing is often used to quantify or qualify the efficacy of a treatment at the individual or group level. This study ...