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Activity: Power and the Elephant: Understanding the Relation Between Sample Size, Effect Size, and Significance Level

This activity has students participate in a lively game show that serves as a metaphor for the relation between sample size, effect size, and significance level when determining power.

Statistics, statistical significance, power


Author: Lisa M. Dinella

Posted: Thursday, June 10, 2010