The Relative Effect Size in MyOutcomes Version 14

| January 13, 2016

The Relative Effect size

An overview of the effects of why the Corrected Effect Size has changed to Relative Effect Size

As all of the statistics depend on the sample that you are compared to, earlier adjustments to case mix had to be made when they were compared to the median client progress, and so corrected effect size was used. Now, due to the huge representative database available to compare to, in which the therapists have been using their feedback, the corrected effect size has been changed to relative effect size.

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Category: Evidence Based Psychotherapy, Scott D Miller, Therapy Outcome Measures

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