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The earnestness of being important: Reporting non-significant statistical results
journal contributionposted on 06.09.2021, 23:28 by Denis C Visentin, Michelle L Cleary, Glenn E Hunt
Quantitative research relies on assessing statistical significance, most commonly expressed in the form of a probability value research hypotheses, however, many studies provide results that are not statistically significant. The literature provides many examples of erroneous reporting and misguided presentation and description of such results (Parsons, Price, Hiskens, Achten, & Costa, 2012.