This article presents two methods of estimating a study’s replicability that researchers should consider reporting along with their statistical significant and effect size findings. One method of estimating the replicability of the findings deals with replication in the exact same system. The second method, which may contain subjective probability values, is used to estimate the replicability of a study’s findings in a system that may differ from the initial system with respect to salient variables. The incorporation of the replicability estimates delineated in this paper would provide critical information to decision makers about the likelihood that the implementation of a particular method or treatment would produce similar results in their systems.
Newman, Isadore; McNeil, Keith; and Fraas, John
"Two Methods of Estimating a Study's Replicability,"
Mid-Western Educational Researcher: Vol. 17:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/mwer/vol17/iss2/6