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Meta-analysis misunderstood: a cautionary tale in interpreting meta-analytic findings

  • Stuart B. Murray (a1), Daniel S. Quintana (a2), Katharine L. Loeb (a3), Scott Griffiths (a4), Ross D. Crosby (a5) and Daniel Le Grange (a1) (a6)...
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Author for correspondence: Stuart B. Murray, E-mail: drstuartmurray@gmail.com, stuart.murray@ucsf.edu
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