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A Central Conclusion in Academically Adrift is Faulty
In a pessimistic view of the state of college education, Arum and Roksa claimed that 45% of students show no statistically significant gains in critical thinking. We demonstrate that their significance tests were conducted incorrectly and that it is likely that far fewer students show significant gains. However, this does not reflect on student learning as much as how hard it is to find a significant result with a sample size of one.
The Tukey hsd is not a post-hoc test
The Tukey hsd is often referrred to as a post-hoc test. It is more logical to call it an a priori test.
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Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics
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