Cohen's d Statistic

Shayne B. Piasta & Laura M. Justice

In: Encyclopedia of Research Design

Cohen's d Statistic

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  • Cohen's d statistic is a type of effect size. An effect size is a specific numerical nonzero value used to represent the extent to which a null hypothesis is false. As an effect size, Cohen's d is typically used to ...

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