EffectSizeFAQs.com provides plain English guidelines for interpreting the substantive or everyday significance of research results. The questions cover four related topics: effect sizes, statistical power, the interpretation of research results, and meta-analysis. In contrast with some Greek-filled, equation-laden texts, the material presented here was written for the 95% of us who aren’t statistics experts.
Paul Ellis taught research methods for 15 years at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Hong Kong is his fourth home. He was born in New Zealand, lived briefly in the United States, and completed his PhD in Australia. His research interests include trade and investment issues, marketing and economic development, international entrepreneurship, and economic geography. He has been ranked as one of the world’s most prolific scholars in the field of international business. Click here to see his curriculum vitae. To contact Paul Ellis, please use the comment box below.
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