Avi sent along this old paper from Bryk and Raudenbush, who write: The presence of heterogeneity of variance across groups indicates that the standard statistical model for treatment effects no longer applies. Specifically, the assumption that treatments add a constant to each subject’s development fails. An alternative model is required to represent how treatment effects [...]The post “Heterogeneity of variance in experimental studies: A challenge to conventional interpretations” appeared first…