Professor Barry H. Cohen discusses null hypothesis testing and why it is used in psychological research. He also explains how p values and alpha levels help researchers make a decision about the null hypothesis. Cohen also describes Type I and Type II errors, which are associated with null hypothesis testing.
Introduction to Null Hypothesis Testing
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