Explain how the results of a study can be statistically significant but not meaningful. Propose an example of when this might occur.
Statistical Significance And Meaningfulness
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Statistical Significance and Meaningfulness
The issue of statistical significance has always been important for many researchers. A result of any study or survey can be said to be statistically significant when it comes to its hypothesis testing. The hypothesis testing always requires that some specific assumptions are made, and these assumptions should always be supported with the sufficient data. Therefore, the statistically significant study supports its hypothesis to the full extent (Salkind 191). However, the statistical significance is important as a concept, but it should not be a primary goal of any research.
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