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Are Common Language Effect Sizes Easier to Understand Than Traditional Effect Sizes?BROOKS, Margaret E; DALAL, Dev K; NOLAN, Kevin P et al.Journal of applied psychology. 2014, Vol 99, Num 2, pp 332-340, issn 0021-9010, 9 p.Article

Continuously Cumulating Meta-Analysis and Replicability : Advancing Our Methods and PracticesBRAVER, Sanford L; THOEMMES, Felix J; ROSENTHAL, Robert et al.Perspectives on psychological science (Print). 2014, Vol 9, Num 3, pp 333-342, issn 1745-6916, 10 p.Article

Sailing From the Seas of Chaos Into the Corridor of Stability: Practical Recommendations to Increase the Informational Value of Studies : Advancing Our Methds and PracticesLAKENS, Daniël; EVERS, Ellen R. K.Perspectives on psychological science (Print). 2014, Vol 9, Num 3, pp 278-292, issn 1745-6916, 15 p.Article

The meaning of significance for different types of research [translated and annotated by Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, Denny Borsboom, Josine Verhagen, Rogier Kievit, Marjan Bakker, Angelique Cramer, Dora Matzke, Don Mellenbergh, and Han L. J. van der Maas]DE GROOT, A. D.Acta psychologica. 2014, Vol 148, pp 188-194, issn 0001-6918, 7 p.Article

p-Curve and Effect Size: Correcting for Publication Bias Using Only Significant Results : Moving Toward a Cumulative Science: Maximizing What Our Research Can Tell UsSIMONSOHN, Uri; NELSON, Leif D; SIMMONS, Joseph P et al.Perspectives on psychological science (Print). 2014, Vol 9, Num 6, pp 666-681, issn 1745-6916, 16 p.Article

Is the Hypothesis Correct or Is it Not: Bayesian Evaluation of One Informative Hypothesis for ANOVAVAN ROSSUM, Maaike; VAN DE SCHOOT, Rens; HOIJTINK, Herbert et al.Methodology (Göttingen. Print). 2013, Vol 9, pp 13-22, issn 1614-1881, 10 p.Article

A Method for Efficiently Sampling From Distributions With Correlated DimensionsTURNER, Brandon M; BROWN, Scott D; SEDERBERG, Per B et al.Psychological methods. 2013, Vol 18, Num 3, pp 368-384, issn 1082-989X, 17 p.Article

Analyzing Repeated Measures Data on Individuals Nested Within Groups: Accounting for Dynamic Group EffectsBAUER, Daniel J; GOTTFREDSON, Nisha C; DEAN, Danielle et al.Psychological methods. 2013, Vol 18, Num 1, pp 1-14, issn 1082-989X, 14 p.Article

Bootstrap Confidence Intervals for the Mean Correlation Corrected for Case IV Range Restriction: A More Adequate Procedure for Meta-AnalysisLI, Johnson Ching-Hong; YING CUI; WAI CHAN et al.Journal of applied psychology. 2013, Vol 98, Num 1, pp 183-193, issn 0021-9010, 11 p.Article

CONTINUOUS ORTHOGONAL COMPLEMENT FUNCTIONS AND DISTRIBUTION-FREE GOODNESS OF FIT TESTS IN MOMENT STRUCTURE ANALYSISJENNRICH, Robert; SATORRA, Albert.Psychometrika. 2013, Vol 78, Num 3, pp 545-552, issn 0033-3123, 8 p.Article

How IRT Can Solve Problems of Ipsative Data in Forced-Choice QuestionnairesBROWN, Anna; MAYDEU-OLIVARES, Alberto.Psychological methods. 2013, Vol 18, Num 1, pp 36-52, issn 1082-989X, 17 p.Article

The Relative Trustworthiness of Inferential Tests of the Indirect Effect in Statistical Mediation Analysis: Does Method Really Matter?HAYES, Andrew F; SCHARKOW, Michael.Psychological science. 2013, Vol 24, Num 10, pp 1918-1927, issn 0956-7976, 10 p.Article

A COMPOSITE LIKELIHOOD INFERENCE IN LATENT VARIABLE MODELS FOR ORDINAL LONGITUDINAL RESPONSESVASDEKIS, Vassilis G. S; CAGNONE, Silvia; MOUSTAKI, Irini et al.Psychometrika. 2012, Vol 77, Num 3, pp 425-441, issn 0033-3123, 17 p.Article

A peculiar prevalence of p values just below .05MASICAMPO, E. J; LALANDE, Daniel R.The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006. Print). 2012, Vol 65, Num 11, pp 2271-2279, issn 1747-0218, 9 p.Article

AN ISOTONIC PARTIAL CREDIT MODEL FOR ORDERING SUBJECTS ON THE BASIS OF THEIR SUM SCORESLIGTVOET, Rudy.Psychometrika. 2012, Vol 77, Num 3, pp 479-494, issn 0033-3123, 16 p.Article

CONFIDENCE BOUNDS AND POWER FOR THE RELIABILITY OF OBSERVATIONAL MEASURES ON THE QUALITY OF A SOCIAL SETTINGYONGYUN SHIN; RAUDENBUSH, Stephen W.Psychometrika. 2012, Vol 77, Num 3, pp 543-560, issn 0033-3123, 18 p.Article

Evaluation of Model Selection Strategies for Cross-Level Two-Way Differential Item Functioning AnalysisPATARAPICHAYATHAM, Chalie; KAMATA, Akihito; KANJANAWASEE, Sirichai et al.Educational and psychological measurement. 2012, Vol 72, Num 1, pp 44-51, issn 0013-1644, 8 p.Article

MOMENT TESTING FOR INTERACTION TERMS IN STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELINGMOOIJAART, A. B; SATORRA, Albert.Psychometrika. 2012, Vol 77, Num 1, pp 65-84, issn 0033-3123, 20 p.Article

Marginal Mean Weighting Through Stratification: A Generalized Method for Evaluating Multivalued and Multiple Treatments With Nonexperimental DataGUANGLEI HONG.Psychological methods. 2012, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 44-60, issn 1082-989X, 17 p.Article

Model Selection and Psychological Theory: A Discussion of the Differences Between the Akaike Information Criterion (AIC) and the Bayesian Information Criterion (BIC)VRIEZE, Scott I.Psychological methods. 2012, Vol 17, Num 2, pp 228-243, issn 1082-989X, 16 p.Article

ROTATIONAL UNIQUENESS CONDITIONS UNDER OBLIQUE FACTOR CORRELATION METRICPEETERS, Carel F. W.Psychometrika. 2012, Vol 77, Num 2, pp 288-292, issn 0033-3123, 5 p.Article

Standard errors and confidence intervals in within-subjects designs: Generalizing Loftus and Masson (1994) and avoiding the biases of alternative accountsFRANZ, Volker H; LOFTUS, Geoffrey R.Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2012, Vol 19, Num 3, pp 395-404, issn 1069-9384, 10 p.Article

THE HETEROSCEDASTIC GRADED RESPONSE MODEL WITH A SKEWED LATENT TRAIT: TESTING STATISTICAL AND SUBSTANTIVE HYPOTHESES RELATED TO SKEWED ITEM CATEGORY FUNCTIONSMOLENAAR, Dylan; DOLAN, Conor V; DE BOECK, Paul et al.Psychometrika. 2012, Vol 77, Num 3, pp 455-478, issn 0033-3123, 24 p.Article

Taxometric Analysis as a General Strategy for Distinguishing Categorical From Dimensional Latent StructureMCGRATH, Robert E; WALTERS, Glenn D.Psychological methods. 2012, Vol 17, Num 2, pp 284-293, issn 1082-989X, 10 p.Article

The Problem of Model Selection Uncertainty in Structural Equation ModelingPREACHER, Kristopher J; MERKLE, Edgar C.Psychological methods. 2012, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 1-14, issn 1082-989X, 14 p.Article

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