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Author Hunter, John E. (John Edward), 1939-2002.

Title Methods of meta-analysis : correcting error and bias in research findings / John E. Hunter, Frank L. Schmidt
Published Newbury Park : Sage Publications, [1990]
©1990

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Description 592 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Part One: Introduction To Meta-Analysis -- Integrating Research Findings Across Studies -- Study Artifacts and Their Impact on Study Outcomes -- Part Two: Meta-Analysis Of Correlations -- Meta-Analysis of Correlations Corrected Individually for Artifacts -- Meta-Analysis of Correlations Using Artifact Distributions -- Technical Questions in Meta-Analysis of Correlations -- Part Three: Meta-Analysis Of Experimental Effects And Other Dichotomous Comparisons -- Treatment Effects -- Experimental Artifacts and Their Impact -- Meta-Analysis Methods for d Values -- Technical Questions in Meta-Analysis of d Values -- Part Four: General Issues In Meta-Analysis -- Second Order Sampling Error and Related Issues -- Cumulation of Findings within Studies -- Methods of Integrating Findings Across Studies -- Locating, Selecting, and Evaluating Studies -- General Criticisms of Meta-Analysis -- Summary of Psychometric Meta-Analysis
Summary Meta-analysis is revolutionizing the process of developing cumulative knowledge in the social sciences--and in finance, medicine, and other disciplines. It has essentially created a new epistemology. The use of meta-analysis has expanded exponentially in most research literature in recent years. This book is the most comprehensive treatment to date of modern meta-analysis methods available. John E. Hunter and Frank L. Schmidt--both recognized experts in meta-analysis--present clear and detailed descriptions of meta-analysis methods, with extensive examples that clarify the applications of these methods. New methods for correcting statistical artifacts not previously addressed are presented for both correlational and experimental studies
Analysis Social sciences Research
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 561-576
Includes index
Subject Meta-analysis.
Social sciences -- Statistical methods.
Meta-Analysis as Topic.
Research Design.
Statistics as Topic.
Genre/Form Meta-Analysis.
Statistics.
Author Schmidt, Frank L.
LC no. 89010766
ISBN 0803932227
0803932235 (paperback)