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The Hunter & Schmidt approach - is it really a Random Effect Model?
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I am currently working on a meta-analysis in the field of work psychology. In this field it is quite common to use the method from Hunter & Schmidt (2004) to combine corrected correlations…Continue

Tags: Model, Comprehensive, Meta-Analysis, Effects, Random

Started this discussion. Last reply by Blair T. Johnson Jun 18, 2013.

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