My question relates to health psychology study. I’m measuring self-assessed wellness at two timepoints (6 months apart). At the first timepoint, I’m also measuring some ‘personal factors' (6 self-assessment questionnaires, e.g what they think about their health). I’m looking to see...
It turns out I was reading the stats from the gender line not the age line!! It makes much more sense when I look at the correct figures: mean age 38.9 (SD 16.1).
Thanks all for your advice - much appreciated.
Thanks for your advice - I like your suggestions. In terms of whether it negates generalisability, it's just that I'm looking at these intervention papers for a systematic literature review so I'm trying to be as thorough and consistent as possible. Thanks again.
Thank you. I'd just welcome a little more guidance on how to calculate this please. Examples of the information available to me is:
Paper 1: n=137, mean 31.47 years (SD 11.65)
Paper 2: n=24, mean age 43.07 (SD 14.07)
I've have read some published papers which related to psychological interventions in health care settings. I want to exclude the papers that include participants aged over 65, but many of the papers only tell me that participants were aged "18+". Is there a way to calculate the...
Is there a simple rule to follow, in order to know which of the numbers in the df column to report on, when looking for the df? I have looked in my two textbooks and online, but it is not clear to me.