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Author21 - [Dw Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> With an alpha=0.05 significance level, one should reject the null hypothesis.
Author21 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> With an alpha=0.05 significance level, one should reject the null hypothesis.
Author21 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> With an alpha=0.05 significance level, one should reject the null hypothesis.
Author21 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> With an alpha=0.05 significance level, one should reject the null hypothesis.
Author20 - [Dw Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> If the P value is smaller than the significance level, the null hypothesis is rejected, and the test result is termed significant.
Author20 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> If the P value is smaller than the significance level, the null hypothesis is rejected, and the test result is termed significant.
Author20 - [Up Phrase] - Definitions >> The null hypothesis is a technical necessity when using inferential statistics, based on statistical significance which is used as criterion.
Author19 - [Up Phrase] - VALUE GREATER >> A two-sided test at 95% confidence (alpha=5%=.05) would test to see if the absolute value of Z is greater than 1.96; if so, the null hypothesis has failed.
Author18 - [Dw Phrase] - REJECT NULL >> Even when you reject null hypothesis, effect sizes should be taken into consideration.
Author18 - [Up Keyword] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL
Author18 - [Dw Keyword] - NULL HYPOTHESIS
Author17 - [Dw Phrase] - Definitions >> The null hypothesis is like a straw man that can be toppled by statistical evidence.
Author16 - [Dw Keyword] - Subcategories
Author16 - [Up Keyword] - NULL HYPOTHESIS
Author15 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> If the P value calculated for a statistical is smaller than the significance level, the null hypothesis is rejected.
Author14 - [Dw Phrase] - CRITICAL VALUE >> It is also a protected or step-down test, requiring the overall F test reject the null hypothesis first but uses slightly different critical values.
Author14 - [Up Phrase] - REJECT NULL >> Even when you reject null hypothesis, effect sizes should be taken into consideration.
Author14 - [Up Phrase] - REJECT NULL >> Even when you reject null hypothesis, effect sizes should be taken into consideration.
Author13 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> If the P value is smaller than the significance level, the null hypothesis is rejected, and the test result is termed significant.
Author12 - [Up Keyword] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL
Author11 - [Dw Phrase] - REJECT NULL >> Even when you reject null hypothesis, effect sizes should be taken into consideration.
Author11 - [Dw Phrase] - REJECT NULL >> A conservative test may incorrectly fail to reject the null hypothesis, and thus is less powerful than was expected.
Author11 - [Up Keyword] - TYPE ERROR
Author10 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> If the P value calculated for a statistical is smaller than the significance level, the null hypothesis is rejected.
Author9 - [Up Keyword] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL
Author9 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> With an alpha=0.05 significance level, one should reject the null hypothesis.
Author8 - [Up Phrase] - CRITICAL VALUE >> It is also a protected or step-down test, requiring the overall F test reject the null hypothesis first but uses slightly different critical values.
Author7 - [Up Phrase] - HYPOTHESIS TEST >> If the Levene statistic is significant at the .05 level or better, the researcher rejects the null hypothesis that the groups have equal variances.
Author6 - [Up Keyword] - CHI-SQUARE
Author5 - [Up Phrase] - HYPOTHESIS TEST >> The p-value is not the probability of falsely rejecting the null hypothesis.
Author4 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> If the P value calculated for a statistical is smaller than the significance level, the null hypothesis is rejected.
Author4 - [Up Phrase] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL >> If the P value is smaller than the significance level, the null hypothesis is rejected, and the test result is termed significant.
Author3 - [Up Keyword] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL
Author3 - [Up Keyword] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL
Author2 - [Up Keyword] - SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL

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