CRBLM discussion: Sample sizes
Update: A recording of this session can be found here.
In a recent article in Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Marc Brysbaert states that sample sizes lower than 100 participants per group are insufficient to draw any kind of conclusion. He further states that “Low statistical power is like blurred vision and it is astonishing that researchers would
actively opt for such a condition.” This CRBLM discussion will feature a panel moderated by Jason Gullifer, and will look at the usefulness of different sample sizes from single-case studies to massive data collection.
More precise details to follow.
When: Wednesday, October 28, 11:00 am (note change of date from original post)
Where: By zoom, link to be shared in advance.
Please register below.