RStats Statistics and Research Camp 2014. Meta-Analysis Session 4. Melissa Maier, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Communication. Rationale. Narrative Review Meta-Analysis: Mathematical Reduce Type II error Correct statistical artifacts Test possible moderator variables
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