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free120/Block 2/Question#22 (14.4 difficulty score)
A placebo-controlled clinical trial is ...
Significant findings can be reported with greater confidenceπŸ”

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micray  There is a decreased likelihood of statistically significant findings due to the much higher threshold (lower p-value). +3  
drpee  The lower you make your p-value, the harder it will be to prove the relationship. That's why I always go with a p-value of .49 in my research. +1  
lba9587  Because BOTH values are significant. PValue of Less than or equal to 0.05 is significant. +