Abstract. Stouffer=s Z, a meta-analytic technique, was proposed by W. Braver and Braver (1988) for analyzing data collected from a Solomon Four-group Design. Sawilowsky, Kelley, Blair, and Markman (1994) showed that this technique produces inflated Type I error rates. Recommendations are made to control the false positive inflation of their procedure.
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Sawilowsky, S. S. (1996, June). Controlling Experiment-wise Type I Error of Meta-analysis in the Solomon Four-group Design. First International Conference on Multiple Comparisons. Tel Aviv, Israel.