Effect sizes provide a standardised metric to describe the practical significance of observed effects, independent of sample size. Effect sizes are particularly valuable for comparing study results and interpreting practical implications. Effect sizes can also be unstandardised, which means that they are reported in their original scale.
Researchers and practitioners can use this information to make informed decisions about the practical implications of their findings.
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