Robust statistical methods: a primer for clinical psychology and experimental psychopathology researchers

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Description: Paper describing the utility and application of various robust methods in R

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This paper reviews and offers tutorials on robust statistical methods relevant to clinical and experimental psychopathology researchers. We review the assumptions of one of the most commonly applied models in this journal (the general linear model, GLM) and the effects of violating them. We then present evidence that psychological data are more likely than not to violate these assumptions. Next, w...

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