Asked Oct 4, 2019

In psychology, what are two factors that decrease statistical power? 


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Factors that affect power are 
There are 3 factors that affect power are :-
• Sample size (n) : - Greater the sample size, greater the power of the test. Higher power means better accuracy
• Significance level (α) :- Lower the significance level, lower is the power, hi...

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