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Meta-Analytic Procedures for Social Research
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Meta-Analytic Procedures for Social Research

  • Robert Rosenthal - University of California, Riverside, USA, Harvard University, USA


© 1991 | 168 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Praised in the first edition for the clarity of his general framework for conceptualizing meta-analysis, Rosenthal's revised edition covers the latest techniques in the field, such as a new effect size indicator for one size data, a new coefficient of robustness of replication, new procedures for combining and comparing effect sizes for multiple dependent variables, and new data on the magnitude of the problem of incomplete retrieval (the file drawer problem).
 
Introduction
 
Defining Research Results
 
Retrieving and Assessing Research Results
 
Comparing and Combining Research Results
 
Combining Probabilities
 
Illustrations of Meta-Analytic Procedures
 
The Evaluation of Meta-Analytic Procedures and Meta-Analytic Results

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