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I have conducted analyses to compare dependent correlations (Steiger, 1980) using multiply imputed data. The statistics follow a t distribution.

Question: What is the correct way to pool these statistics, with the goal of generating a p-value?

Here is what the results look like (from 20 imputations): -2.938462 -2.627696 -2.562013 -2.354825 -2.542520 -2.442978 -2.583879 -2.421124 -2.746131 -2.936789 -2.328653 -2.884968 -2.423605 -2.567752 -1.787200 -2.675324 -2.815900 -2.307922 -2.968579 -2.299145

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    $\begingroup$ What is your question and what is the design of the experiment? Also, can you post a sample of your data? $\endgroup$ – André.B Sep 12 '19 at 22:29
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Take a look at the following paper, it talks about conducting inference when you have multiply imputed data.

Schafer, J. L. (1999). Multiple imputation: a primer. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 8(1):3-15.

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