Statistical power: a missing link in neurorehabilitation science

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Description: The majority of studies in neurorehabilitation science are statistically underpowered. It it not so well known that low power reduces the likelihood that a statistically significant result reflects a true effect in the population. With this project we want to show up, that the average statistical power of studies in neurorehabilitation science is low! The consequences of this often include overestimates of effect size and a low reproducibility of results.

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The majority of studies in neuroscience are statistically underpowered. It it not so well known that low power reduces the likelihood that a statistically significant result reflects a true effect in the population. But believe me, it does! With this project I want to show, that the average statistical power of studies in neurorehabilitation science is also very low! The consequences of this ofte...

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