Study Effects

Some articles on effect, study, effects:

Meta-analysis - Pitfalls - Publication Bias: The File Drawer Problem
... This file drawer problem results in the distribution of effect sizes that are biased, skewed or completely cut off, creating a serious base rate fallacy, in which the ... visualized with a funnel plot which is a scatter plot of sample size and effect sizes ... one would expect that there is no relation between sample size and effect size ...
Measuring Sexual Orientation - Biology - Hormones
... A 2010 endocrinology study by Garcia-Falgueras and Swaab states that intrauterine exposure to hormones is largely the determinative criteria ... evidence suggests a significant role for organizational effects on both juvenile and adult behavior in humans, such as the numerous sexually dimorphic behaviors in humans children that are ... Although most women in this study were heterosexual, rates of bisexual and homosexual orientation were increased above controls in both women with classical CAH as well as NC women ...
Glossary Of Diabetes - C
... They have widespread effects, since Ca+ is used for many purposes in assorted tissues ... Effects range from considerable pain to loss of strength or muscle control ... Clinical trial a study carried out in humans (generally using volunteers) to answer a question such as whether a new treatment (or drug or exercise technique) is effective or safe ...

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