Effect Size (ES)

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    Editorial Perspective: When is a ‘small effect’ actually large and impactful?

    Open Access paper from the JCPP – ‘In this short review, we utilise simulations to demonstrate that a relatively small shift in mean scores on mental health measures can indicate a large shift in the number of cases of anxiety and depression when scaled up to an entire population. This shows that ‘small’ effect sizes can in some contexts be large and impactful.’ Emma Grace Carey et al.

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