# Statistics

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A conservative correction method for inflated "Alpha values" based on multiple comparisons being carried out independently on a specific data set, is known as...?
B. Tukey's honestly significan differences (HSD)
C. Post Hoc testing
D. Bonferroni correction

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D. Bonferroni correction: alters the alpha (alpha error adjustment).

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