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Again, these are the same results reported in Table 16.2 (p. 301). In particular, $\hat{\tau}^2 = .019$, $\hat{\mu} = .084$, $SE[\hat{\mu}] = .052$, and $z = 1.62$ for the test $H_0: \mu = 0$. | Again, these are the same results reported in Table 16.2 (p. 301). In particular, $\hat{\tau}^2 = .019$, $\hat{\mu} = .084$, $SE[\hat{\mu}] = .052$, and $z = 1.62$ for the test $H_0: \mu = 0$. | ||

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Raudenbush (2009) also reports the results from a 95% prediction interval (or "plausible value interval"), which can be obtained with $\hat{\mu} \pm 1.96 \hat{\tau}$. Such an interval can be obtained with: | Raudenbush (2009) also reports the results from a 95% prediction interval (or "plausible value interval"), which can be obtained with $\hat{\mu} \pm 1.96 \hat{\tau}$. Such an interval can be obtained with: |

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