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Some Problems with Clinical Mental Health Studies

Studies may show results that are statistically significant but clinically irrelevant. If a study uses a large enough sample, small effects of questionable relevance may be identified as significant factors in an outcome. The reason is that various independent factors with little relevance, autonomous trends as well as random fluctuations can lead to small effects, …

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