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How to Calculate the Effect Size at p=.05

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Johannes Reifenrath
Johannes Reifenrath le 12 Oct 2023
Hello All,
Suppose I have caluclated the effect size for two different measurements (using the computeCohen_d(x1, x2, varargin) toolbox).
Now I want to determine the effect size, at which a measurement-difference becomes significant.
In other words: How to I calculate the effect size at p=.05?
Thanks in advance!
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Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller le 12 Oct 2023
'independent' or 'paired' ?
Johannes Reifenrath
Johannes Reifenrath le 13 Oct 2023
Thanks for asking.
Independent.

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Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller le 14 Oct 2023
You can get an answer by computing a confidence interval for the Cohen's d. Specifically, at p=0.05, one end of the confidence interval for that d is right at 0 (well, epsilon above 0, I suppose). In the independent case, the half width (HW) of a 95% confidence interval for d is approximately the following (e.g., Bird, 2023, Eq. 2):
HW = tinv(0.975,n1+n2-2) * sqrt(1/n1 + 1/n2)
where n1 and n2 are the sizes of the two independent samples. So, plug in your sample sizes and the HW that comes out should be the d value that would be just significant at p=0.05.
Apparently this is only "approximately" the HW because the standard error of the d value depends on the true d value, but the references in Bird suggest that the approximation is pretty good unless the true d is greater than 1-1.5.

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