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Whereas many articles about effect sizes focus on between-subjects designs and address within-subjects designs only briefly, I provide a detailed overview of the similarities and differences between within- and between-subjects designs. I suggest that some research questions in experimental psychology examine inherently intra-individual effects, which makes effect sizes that incorporate the correlation between measures the best summary of the results. Finally, a supplementary spreadsheet is provided to make it as easy as possible for researchers to incorporate effect size calculations into their workflow.

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Keywords: effect sizes, power analysis, cohen's d, eta-squared, sample size planning Effect sizes are the most important outcome of empirical studies. Researchers want to know whether an intervention or experimental manipulation has an effect greater than zero, or when it is obvious an effect exists how big the effect is. Researchers are often reminded to report effect sizes, because they are useful for three reasons.

First, they allow researchers to present the magnitude of the reported effects in a standardized metric which can be understood regardless of the scale that was used to measure the dependent variable.

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Such standardized effect sizes allow researchers to communicate the practical significance of their results what are the practical consequences of the findings for daily life , instead of only reporting the statistical significance how likely is the pattern of results observed in an experiment, given the assumption that there is no effect in the population. Second, effect sizes allow researchers to draw meta-analytic conclusions by comparing standardized effect sizes across studies.

Third, effect sizes from previous studies can be used when planning a new study. An a-priori power analysis can provide an indication of the average sample size a study needs to observe a statistically significant result with a desired likelihood.

The aim of this article is to explain how to calculate and report effect sizes for differences between means in between and within-subjects designs in a way that the reported results facilitate cumulative science. There are some reasons to assume that many researchers can improve their understanding of effect sizes. This practical primer should be seen as a complementary resource for psychologists who want to learn more about effect sizes for excellent books that discuss this topic in more detail, see Cohen, ; Maxwell and Delaney, ; Grissom and Kim, ; Thompson, ; Aberson, ; Ellis, ; Cumming, ; Murphy et al.

A supplementary spreadsheet is provided to facilitate effect size calculations. Reporting standardized effect sizes for mean differences requires that researchers make a choice about the standardizer of the mean difference, or a choice about how to calculate the proportion of variance explained by an effect. I point out some caveats for researchers who want to perform power-analyses for within-subjects designs, and provide recommendations regarding the effect sizes that should be reported.

Knowledge about the expected size of an effect is important information when planning a study. Researchers typically rely on null hypothesis significance tests to draw conclusions about observed differences between groups of observations.

The probability of correctly rejecting the null hypothesis is known as the power of a statistical test Cohen, If three are known or estimated , the fourth parameter can be calculated. In an a-priori power analysis, researchers calculate the sample size needed to observe an effect of a specific size, with a pre-determined significance criterion, and a desired statistical power.

A generally accepted minimum level of power is 0. This minimum is based on the idea that with a significance criterion of 0. Some researchers have argued that Type 2 errors can potentially have much more serious consequences than Type 1 errors, however Fiedler et al. Thus, although a power of 0. Effect size estimates have their own confidence intervals [for calculations for Cohen's d, see Cumming , for F-tests, see Smithson ], which are often very large in experimental psychology.

Therefore, researchers should realize that the confidence interval around a sample size estimate derived from a power analysis is often also very large, and might not provide a very accurate basis to determine the sample size of a future study.

Meta-analyses can provide more accurate effect size estimates for power analyses, and correctly reporting effect size estimates can facilitate future meta-analyses [although due to publication bias, meta-analyses might still overestimate the true effect size, see Brand et al.

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