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 Field Experiments
 Glenn W. Harrison, John A. List
 Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 42, No. 4 (Dec., 2004), pp. 10091055
 Subjects: Finance, Management & Organizational Behavior
 Key terms: experiment, field, sample, behavior, subject, treatment, characteristic, population, experimental, artefactual, model, student, statistical, commodity, valuation, convenience, laboratory, nature, response, match, experimenter, identify
 CiteRank: 0.9615

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 On Selecting the Largest of k Normal Population Means
 C. W. Dunnett
 Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series B (Methodological), Vol. 22, No. 1 (1960), pp. 140
 Subjects: Statistics, Mathematics, Transportation Studies
 Key terms: population, large, normal, mean, bechhof, probability, select, priori, experimenter, selection, variate, variance, procedure, function, equal, specify, configuration, integral, distribution, correct, sample, favourable, somerville
 CiteRank: 0.9864

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 Experiments for Nonlinear Functions
 W. G. Cochran
 Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 68, No. 344 (Dec., 1973), pp. 771781
 Subjects: Statistics, Mathematics, Transportation Studies
 Key terms: model, criterion, parameter, experimenter, nonlinear, optimum, fisher, level, experiment, design, estimate, guess, sequential, initial, trial, discrimination, point, dilution, percent, asymptotic, sample, estimation
 CiteRank: 0.9499

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 The External Validity of Experiments
 Glenn H. Bracht, Gene V. Glass
 American Educational Research Journal, Vol. 5, No. 4 (Nov., 1968), pp. 437474
 Subjects: Education, Psychology, Social Work
 Key terms: treatment, population, experimenter, experimental, interaction, validity, subject, experiment, target, accessible, external, variable, experimentally, invalidity, ordinal, aptitude, cronbach, generalization, sample, generalize, program, student
 CiteRank: 0.9923

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 A SingleSample Multiple Decision Procedure for Ranking Means of Normal Populations with known Variances
 Robert E. Bechhofer
 The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 25, No. 1 (Mar., 1954), pp. 1639
 Subjects: Statistics, Mathematics, Transportation Studies
 Key terms: ranking, population, probability, sample, mean, normal, variance, classification, correct, experimenter, equal, table, large, associate, small, procedure, observation, decision, parameter, rank, shall
 CiteRank: 0.9999

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 Incentive and Disincentive Experimentation for Income Maintenance Policy Purposes
 Guy H. Orcutt, Alice G. Orcutt
 The American Economic Review, Vol. 58, No. 4 (Sep., 1968), pp. 754772
 Subjects: Finance, Management & Organizational Behavior, Economics
 Key terms: experimental, income, experimentation, variable, unit, negative, earn, policy, maker, incentive, sample, parameter, treatment, experiment, control, experimenter, approach, maintenance, payment, regression, disincentive, hawthorne, individual
 CiteRank: 0.9688

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 The Measurement of Social Expectations and Their Development in Children
 Alfred L. Baldwin, Clara P. Baldwin, Irma R. Hilton, Nina W. Lambert, Richard Epstein, Mary Jane Murphy, Jeremy Samsky, Bonni Seegmiller
 Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol. 34, No. 4, The Measurement of Social Expectations and Their Development in Children (Jun., 1969), pp. iiiiv+144
 Subjects: Education, Health Policy, Psychology
 Key terms: naive, situation, person, benevolence, model, choice, choose, expectation, people, valence, subject, choos, variance, theory, probability, percent, happen, parameter, sample, experimenter, judgment, bottom, alternative, behavior
 CiteRank: 0.9491

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 Sample Size Requirements: OneWay Analysis of Variance
 Marvin A. Kastenbaum, David G. Hoel, K. O. Bowman
 Biometrika, Vol. 57, No. 2 (Aug., 1970), pp. 421430
 Subjects: Statistics, Mathematics, Transportation Studies
 Key terms: noncentrality, table, lehm, experimenter, variance, standardize, parameter, sample, additive, animal, ration, dasgupta, range, hartley, week, breeder, accompany, experiment, pearson, maximum, accuracy, iteration, analysis, statist
 CiteRank: 0.9779

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 A SingleSample Multiple Decision Procedure for Ranking Variances of Normal Populations
 Robert E. Bechhofer, Milton Sobel
 The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 25, No. 2 (Jun., 1954), pp. 273289
 Subjects: Statistics, Mathematics, Transportation Studies
 Key terms: variance, probability, ranking, table, population, small, experimenter, correct, sample, normal, decimal, respectively, procedure, fiveand, degree, hold, ratio, approximation, freedom, decision, goal
 CiteRank: 0.9956

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 A Sequential MultipleDecision Procedure for Selecting the Best One of Several Normal Populations with a Common Unknown Variance, and Its Use with Various Experimental Designs
 Robert E. Bechhofer
 Biometrics, Vol. 14, No. 3 (Sep., 1958), pp. 408429
 Subjects: Statistics, Mathematics, Transportation Studies
 Key terms: procedure, population, experimenter, sequential, experimentation, design, variance, randomize, statistic, sample, compute, large, configuration, computation, associate, approximation, capitalize, decision, mean, experimental, exact, quantitative, experiment
 CiteRank: 0.976

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