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Power analysis: Why, how and when?

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Description: This talk gives you the low-down on power analyses for research. I discuss what they are, why they're an integral part of study planning, and how to perform them. I also share ways to define your effect size of interest and why you avoid using past studies as benchmark for your power analyses. This talk was given to the Student Initiative for Open Science (SIOS) community on February 12, 2021

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