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Psychological Methods

June 2008 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. A Generally Robust Approach for Testing Hypotheses and Setting Confidence Intervals for Effect Sizes

    H J. Keselman, James Algina, Lisa M. Lix, Rand R. Wilcox & Kathleen N. Deering

    Standard least squares analysis of variance methods suffer from poor power under arbitrarily small departures from normality and fail to control the probability of a Type I error when standard... More

    pp. 110-129

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  2. Constrained versus Unconstrained Estimation in Structural Equation Modeling

    Victoria Savalei & Stanislav Kolenikov

    Recently, R. D. Stoel, F. G. Garre, C. Dolan, and G. van den Wittenboer (2006) reviewed approaches for obtaining reference mixture distributions for difference tests when a parameter is on the... More

    pp. 150-170

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