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Hannah R. Rothstein
Hannah R. Rothstein
Professor of Management, Baruch College
Verified email at baruch.cuny.edu
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Introduction to meta-analysis
M Borenstein, LV Hedges, JPT Higgins, HR Rothstein
John Wiley & Sons, 2021
213212021
ROBINS-I: a tool for assessing risk of bias in non-randomised studies of interventions
JAC Sterne, MA Hernán, BC Reeves, J Savović, ND Berkman, ...
bmj 355, 2016
112562016
A basic introduction to fixed‐effect and random‐effects models for meta‐analysis
M Borenstein, LV Hedges, JPT Higgins, HR Rothstein
Research synthesis methods 1 (2), 97-111, 2010
54492010
Comprehensive meta-analysis
M Borenstein, H Rothstein
Biostat, 1999
5266*1999
Publication bias in meta‐analysis
HR Rothstein, AJ Sutton, M Borenstein
Publication bias in meta‐analysis: Prevention, assessment and adjustments, 1-7, 2005
34202005
Violent video game effects on aggression, empathy, and prosocial behavior in eastern and western countries: a meta-analytic review.
CA Anderson, A Shibuya, N Ihori, EL Swing, BJ Bushman, A Sakamoto, ...
Psychological bulletin 136 (2), 151, 2010
31812010
Effects of occupational stress management intervention programs: a meta-analysis.
KM Richardson, HR Rothstein
Journal of occupational health psychology 13 (1), 69, 2008
19212008
Basics of meta‐analysis: I2 is not an absolute measure of heterogeneity
M Borenstein, JPT Higgins, LV Hedges, HR Rothstein
Research synthesis methods 8 (1), 5-18, 2017
13672017
How many studies do you need? A primer on statistical power for meta-analysis
JC Valentine, TD Pigott, HR Rothstein
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 35 (2), 215-247, 2010
12422010
Meta-analysis: Fixed effect vs. random effects
M Borenstein, L Hedges, H Rothstein
Meta-analysis. com, 1-162, 2007
5752007
The effects of the perceived behavioral integrity of managers on employee attitudes: A meta-analysis
AL Davis, HR Rothstein
Journal of Business Ethics 67, 407-419, 2006
4852006
Power and precision
M Borenstein
Taylor & Francis, 2001
4822001
Reasons or excuses for avoiding meta-analysis in forest plots
JPA Ioannidis, NA Patsopoulos, HR Rothstein
Bmj 336 (7658), 1413-1415, 2008
4812008
Interrater reliability of job performance ratings: Growth to asymptote level with increasing opportunity to observe.
HR Rothstein
Journal of Applied Psychology 75 (3), 322, 1990
3661990
ROBINS-I: a tool for assessing risk of bias in non-randomised studies of interventions. BMJ 355: i4919
JA Sterne, MA Hernán, BC Reeves, J Savović, ND Berkman, ...
3632016
FORTY QUESTIONS ABOUT VALIDITY GENERALIZATION AND META‐ANALYSIS: COMMENTARY ON FORTY QUESTIONS ABOUT VALIDITY GENERALIZATION AND META‐ANALYSIS
FL Schmidt, JE Hunter, K Pearlman, HR HIRSH, PR SACKETT, ...
Personnel psychology 38 (4), 697-798, 1985
3631985
Grey literature
HR Rothstein, S Hopewell
The handbook of research synthesis and meta-analysis 2, 103-125, 2009
3252009
Biographical data in employment selection: Can validities be made generalizable?
HR Rothstein, FL Schmidt, FW Erwin, WA Owens, CP Sparks
Journal of Applied Psychology 75 (2), 175, 1990
2821990
A basic introduction to fixed-effect and random-effects models for meta-analysis. Research Synthesis Methods, 1 (2), 97–111
M Borenstein, LV Hedges, JPT Higgins, HR Rothstein
2762010
Converting among effect sizes
M Borenstein, LV Hedges, JPT Higgins, HR Rothstein
Introduction to meta-analysis 147 (4), 45-49, 2009
2502009
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