nonsignificant


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attributable to chance

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16% nonsignificant 1 reduction in stages 2-4 cancers over the 23 years of screening, this equated to a total mortality decrease of around 3%.
Nonsignificant findings do not meet the criteria the researcher set for significant results.
2] show statistically highly significant positive correlation with body surface area and statistically nonsignificant negative correlation with age.
6 percent, whereas women in the highest quartile at baseline had a nonsignificant risk of 27 percent.
Assuming equal variances, the difference between the means was nonsignificant at the .
Some of the researchers indicated that boys are more sensitive to microsystem chaos (Aiello, Nicosia, & Thompson, 1979; Matheny, 1991; Matheny & Phillips, 2001; Wachs, Gurkas, & Kontos, 2004), whereas, others suggested that girls are more adversely effected by chaos compared to males (Christie & Glickman, 1980; Hambrick-Dixon, 1998), still others have reported nonsignificant gender and chaos interactions (Evans, 2003; Evans, Lepore, & Allen, 2000; Haines et al.
The intention-to-treat analysis, which examined the prescribed supplementation, showed a nonsignificant 10% reduction in the risk of hip fracture.
A significant increased risk for breast cancer and a nonsignificant increased risk for all cancers combined in relation to individual serum TCDD was previously reported for the SWHS, but the cohort averaged only 40 years of age at the time.
This makes what Handfield (2011) has pointed out so much more important for international scholars: thoroughly defining key terms and developing scales are key building blocks in making sure that nonsignificant findings are not the result of insignificant efforts or errors in craftsmanship.
Twenty-one other patients (18 adults, 3 children) had clinically nonsignificant isolates.
The cumulative effects of both significant and nonsignificant errors were examined through sensitivity analysis modeling.
Conversely, some differences were nonsignificant at larger changes in SDI for the QC results.
In the present study, data from the fifth year of SES implementation in a large urban school were analyzed to determine if the mostly small and nonsignificant effects obtained in prior years were stronger as the tutoring services acquired additional refinement and maturity.
2), but was nonsignificant at most other age intervals.