Common Mistakes in Meta-Analysis
Comprehensive Meta-Analysis (CMA) is a powerful computer program for meta-analysis. The program combines ease of use with a wide array of computational options and sophisticated graphics.
Reviews of Common Mistakes in Meta-Analysis:
"Michael Borenstein is the master of accessible and accurate explanations. Thank you, Michael, for drawing on your vast experience mentoring thousands of people around the globe, to produce this book for us. Its value is immense. It is my hope that all scholars undertaking research synthesis will have this book by their side."
HARRIS COOPER – Chief Editorial Advisor, American Psychological Association (2009−2015); Editor, Psychological Bulletin (2003−2009)
"This book should be required reading for anyone conducting or planning to conduct a meta-analysis. By highlighting some of the most common mistakes that occur in meta-analyses, readers will learn how to avoid perpetuating those mistakes and ensure their meta-analyses are conducted and interpreted appropriately. This book should also be of great interest to researchers, policymakers, and practitioners who wish to be informed consumers of meta-analyses."
EMILY E. TANNER-SMITH – Associate Dean for Research, College of Education, University of Oregon
"This book will be tremendously useful to both first time and experienced users of meta-analysis. By alerting us to common pitfalls, it has the potential to improve the use of evidence in science and policy making."
LARRY HEDGES – Board of Trustees Professor of Statistics and Policy Research, Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University