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DIFFERENCE. A dispute, contest, disagreement, quarrel.

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Chapter 10, "Intersecting Differences: Organizing [Ourselves] for Social Justice Research with People in Vulnerable Communities" by Patricia S.
However, there still appear to be common misconceptions about the meaning of P values, particularly in relation to those that support 'no statistically significant difference'.
The differences, generally speaking, make no important difference, of course, and we can for the most part disregard them.
Traditional ways of managing diversity won't always help leaders take advantage of the differences present in organizations.
Washington, Oct 28 (ANI): Many studies have reported sex differences in brain structure or patterns of neural activity but a psychological scientist from the Macquarie University in Australia believes that these differences are overblown.
"It encouraged me to feel like there are crucial differences between men and women, and those have to be celebrated and acknowledged instead of pushed down."
Because the barriers to progress appear to have all but crumbled, it is common to assume that any of the remaining differences are due to innate, biological factors that naturally separate men and women.
Again, group differences were investigated using an independent sample t-test.
There are far more biological differences between males and females than meet the naked eye.
Finally, Wright argues that researchers focus on obtaining statistically significant results pertaining to the differences between those with/without disabilities in order to publish their findings.
When relationships between younger and older partners involve sexual intercourse, it is commonly assumed that these are between partners with large age differences and, consequently, large differences in power.
Now type "Ctrl-D." You should see the cells fill up with values that are the differences between the values in column G and column B.