The structure of the first invited debate in JMASM is to present a target article (Sawilowsky, 2003), provide an opportunity for a response (Roberts & Henson, 2003), and to follow with independent comments from noted scholars in the field (Knapp, 2003; Levin & Robinson, 2003). In this rejoinder, I provide a correction and a clarification in an effort to bring some closure to the debate. The intension, however, is not to rehash previously made points, even where I disagree with the response of Roberts & Henson (2003).
Sawilowsky, S. S. (2003). Trivials: The birth, sale, and final production of meta-analysis. Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 2(1), 242-246.