I can easily see this book used as a supplement in Robert J. He received his Ph. Grissom has written numerous chapters and articles on effect size methodology. John J. Kim has written numerous chapters and articles on effect size methodology. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
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Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. A well written book that explains the concepts in terms that can be understood by average persons regardless of their research or statistical knowledge. Format: Paperback. I'm a clinician-researcher who has been steeped in psychotherapy outcomes methods and statistics for more than a decade; but I have long felt hobbled by my lack of intensive formal education in advanced statistics and have had to learn much along the way and, frankly, there have been a lot of developments in the past decade.
Grissom and Kim have written an amazing text for people who really want to understand when and how and why to use various effect size methods in various situations and what the drawbacks and limits are when making different choices. Just the clarity of prose for such difficult material is worth the price of admission as a model for how to write a damn statistics text! This is not a book for those who just want the simple rules for measuring change without thinking about the ramifications of those choices. It's for people who want to understand this stuff 'from the inside out' so they can have a grasp of things even if it means opening up a Pandora's box of further questions, assumptions, and complications Welcome to statistics!
If I were teaching an advanced graduate or post-doc class on psychotherapy outcomes or effect sizes in health sciences research, this would be the text I'd use. It's not easy to find so much info, so well articulated, in one place. If you're into this stuff, buy it. It'll make you happy. See all 3 reviews. Pages with related products. See and discover other items: multivariate statistics.
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