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Onwuegbuzie (2003b) also counts the most common mistakes made in qualitative research as, (i) generalizing the findings of the research, (ii) making a big generalization based on small samplings- to generalize the findings far beyond the sampling and (iii) misestimating and evaluation of the effect size.
The ironic proof of this misestimating is a spillover from "9/11:" fear of flying in the first quarter after this event lead to at least 1,000 more American traffic fatalities than would be expected given increased driving in the aftermath of the tragedy (Kluger, 2006: 67).
Misestimating is especially relevant if the appropriate distributions involve three or more parameters.
A further implication is that frequent feedback may not be enough to protect people from misestimating their own ability.
Since recarbonation affects leaching of different components, using the test data of the initial highly alkaline samples may lead to misestimating the leaching of semicoke in the natural environment.
We argue that it is quite probable that economists have been misestimating the Phillips curve recently and that the underlying Phillips curve, and thus the sacrifice ratio, have not really changed significantly.
The modifications are to compensate for the possibility that a) medical examiners are systematically misestimating life expectancies and b) the individuals selling their policies are healthier than the insured population experience employed in creating standard mortality tables that are used for evaluating life settlement transactions.
The overestimation most likely results from not realizing the number of classes that will ultimately be missed in the instance of predictions made at the beginning of the course and/or misestimating the detriment that absences would ultimately have.
During planning, misestimating the resources needed for deployments may lead to a force structure of the wrong size or balance to meet future national security needs.
Biases stemming from attrition can lead to overestimates of the effectiveness of an intervention as well as misestimating important population parameters.
national sentiment; the Court will be receptive to the charge that it is misestimating national sentiment, but it will not necessarily be responsive to local sentiment.