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The Myths about Replication

I have talked about replication a lot in my previous posts and why I believe it is central to healthy science. Unfortunately, a lot of myths surround replication and how it should be done. 5,012 more words

Why all research findings are false

(Disclaimer: For those who have not seen this blog before, I must again point out that the views expressed here are those of the demonic Devil’s Neuroscientist, not those of the poor hapless Sam Schwarzkopf whose body I am possessing. 20 more words

False Positives

Why all research findings are false

(Disclaimer: For those who have not seen this blog before, I must again point out that the views expressed here are those of the demonic Devil’s Neuroscientist, not those of the poor hapless Sam Schwarzkopf whose body I am possessing. 20 more words

Faults in Linux: Using freed memory

As part of my project, while reading the reports, I came to know about bugs, using X after freeing it.  There were many… 322 more words

Open Source Contribution

Of self-correction and selfless errors

I had originally planned to discuss today’s topic at a later point, perhaps as part of my upcoming post about the myths of replication. However, discussions surrounding my previous posts, as well as the on-going focus on the use of… 3,301 more words

Why all research findings are false

(Disclaimer: For those who have not seen this blog before, I must again point out that the views expressed here are those of the demonic Devil’s Neuroscientist, not those of the poor hapless Sam Schwarzkopf whose body I am possessing. 4,613 more words

A P-Curve Exercise That Might Restore Some of Your Faith in Psychology

I teach my university’s Graduate Social Psychology course, and I start off the semester (as I assume many other professors who teach this course do) by talking about research methods in social psychology. 1,043 more words