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S. Finch et al. (2004) examined a total of 696 articles published in Memory & Cognition before, during, and after Loftus’s editorship. The rate of reporting of confidence intervals increased from 7% from before Loftus’s tenure to 41%, but the rate dropped to 24% just after Loftus departed. But these confidence intervals were seldom interpreted; instead, authors relied mainly on statistical test outcomes to describe the results. , American Counseling Association, Council for Exceptional Children), each with about 40,000–45,000 members.
American Counseling Association, Council for Exceptional Children), each with about 40,000–45,000 members. Included among journals that require effect sizes are three APA journals, Health Psychology, Journal of Educational Psychology, and Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. The requirement to report effect sizes sends a strong message to potential contributors that use of significance testing alone is not acceptable. Early suggestions to report effect sizes fell mainly on deaf ears. S.
2004) examined 594 AJPH articles published from 1982 to 2000 and 100 articles published in Epidemiology between 1990 and 2000. Reporting based solely on statistical significance dropped from about 63% of the AJPH articles in 1982 to about 5% of articles in 1986–1989. But in many AJPH articles there was evidence that interpretation was based mainly on undisclosed significance test results. The percentages of articles in which confidence intervals were reported increased from about 10% to 54% over the same period.