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Dependent effect sizes in meta-analysis: Incorporating the degree of interdependence
Cheung,Shu Fai1,2; Chan,Darius K.S.1,2
2004-10
Source PublicationJournal of Applied Psychology
ABS Journal Level4*
ISSN00219010
Volume89Issue:5Pages:780-791
Abstract

In the present article, a commonly used meta-analytic procedure for handling dependent effect sizes from a single sample was examined, and 2 revised procedures that estimate and incorporate the degree of interdependence were proposed. The authors' simulation results reveal that the commonly used procedure that averages the effect sizes from a single sample (denoted as the samplewise procedure) underestimates the degree of heterogeneity. The proposed variations are less biased than the samplewise procedure in estimating the degree of heterogeneity in most of the situations that we examined. Future directions to further improve the procedures for handling dependent effect sizes from a single sample are discussed.

DOI10.1037/0021-9010.89.5.780
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Indexed BySSCI
Language英語English
WOS Research AreaPsychology ; Business & Economics
WOS SubjectPsychology, Applied ; Management
WOS IDWOS:000224417300003
PublisherAMER PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC, 750 FIRST ST NE, WASHINGTON, DC 20002-4242 USA
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Chinese University of Hong Kong,Hong Kong
2.Department of PsychologyChinese University of Hong Kong,Hong Kong
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Cheung,Shu Fai,Chan,Darius K.S.. Dependent effect sizes in meta-analysis: Incorporating the degree of interdependence[J]. Journal of Applied Psychology,2004,89(5):780-791.
APA Cheung,Shu Fai,&Chan,Darius K.S..(2004).Dependent effect sizes in meta-analysis: Incorporating the degree of interdependence.Journal of Applied Psychology,89(5),780-791.
MLA Cheung,Shu Fai,et al."Dependent effect sizes in meta-analysis: Incorporating the degree of interdependence".Journal of Applied Psychology 89.5(2004):780-791.
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