Milan Valasek writes: Psychology students (and probably students in other disciplines) are often taught that in order to perform ‘parametric’ tests, e.g. independent t-test, the data for each group need to be normally distributed. However, in literature (and various university lecture notes and slides accessible online), I have come across at least 4 different interpretation […]The post I’ll say it again appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social…