In the continuing debate over the use and utility of effect sizes, more discussion often helps to both clarify and syncretize methodological views. Here, further defense is given of Roberts & Henson (2002) in terms of measuring bias in Cohen’s d, and a rejoinder to Sawilowsky (2003) is presented.
Roberts, J. Kyle and Henson, Robin K.
"Not All Effects Are Created Equal: A Rejoinder To Sawilowsky,"
Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods: Vol. 2
, Article 22.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/jmasm/vol2/iss1/22