Understanding Cohen's d | R Psychologist
With a Cohen's d of 0.8, 78.8% of the "treatment" group will be above the mean of the "control" group (Cohen's U 3), 68.9% of the two groups will overlap, and there is a 71.4% chance that a person picked at random from the treatment group will have a higher score than a person picked at random from the control group (probability of superiority). ). Moreover, in order to have one more favorable ...
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