Power and statistics

IB Psychology: Power and statistics

One of the common questions is - which test is best for an experiment? Well, this depends on many different factors. One of the key ideas of statistics is that tests have different "power" - that is, the probability of making a correct decision (to reject the null hypothesis) when the null hypothesis is false. Power is the probability that a test of significance will pick up on an effect that is present.


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