Pyschology
posted by Mark .
When a result is significant, explain why it is wrong to say the result “proves” the research hypothesis.
PLEASE HELP

See if any of the following links will help you:
http://www.google.com/search?q=when+a+result+is+significant%2C+why+should+you+NOT+say+it+proves&ie=utf8&oe=utf8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:enUS:official&client=firefoxa
Sra
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

mathstatistics
18) Which of the following is the most significant result? 
Chem
Another confusing significant digit problem. I added 36.6 and 2.4, and divided the result by 4.803. The book says the answer is 7.91, but I don'[t see how that could be, since the lowest number of significant digits in the problem … 
Statistics
Can a hypothesis test yield a statistically significant (say p<=0.05), yet practically meaningless result? 
Statistics
What does it mean when a researcher chooses the cutoff in a comparison distribution to be .01? 
Statistics
Can a hypothesis test yield a statistically significant (say p<=0.05), yet practically meaningless result? 
Statistical application
Can a hypothesis test yield a statistically significant (say p<=0.05), yet practically meaningless result? 
statistics
Can a hypothesis test yield a statistically significant (say p<=0.05), yet practically meaningless result? 
pomona
Can a hypothesis test yield a statistically significant (say p<=0.05), yet practically meaningless result? 
Statistics
Please help me understand this question. Can a hypothesis test yield a statistically significant (say p<=0.05), yet practically meaningless result? 
psychology
A hypothesis is what an investigator uses to: duplicate research findings of other scientists. frame his/her research question. explain why he/she obtained a certain result from an experiment. define the parameters of a research study. …