Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2008 21:25:22 -0600
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I was reading a research article that reported the results of a paired-samples t-test. The author reported the significance (t(125) = 64.24, p<.0001) and then reported the effect size of.71. Is the correlation coefficient reported in the output generated by SPSS the effect size or was the effect size a separate calculation?
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