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Re: [AUDITORY] stats (mis)use in psychology and hearing science

That may be correct under certain circumstances but the real problem is
ascertaining that ANOVA is, indeed, appropriate. And it is truly a "REAL"

On 9/22/13 11:15 PM, "Kyle Nakamoto" <knakamoto@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Nonparametrics are not automatically better. If you use a nonparametric
>statistic when an ANOVA is appropriate the chance of missing a real effect
>increases (False Negative).