Even statistically sophisticated psychologists struggle with the interpretation of replication studies (Maxwell et al., 2015). This article gives a basic introduction to the interpretation of statistical results within the Neyman Pearson approach to statistical inferences. 3,572 more words
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This blog was originally published on 7 February 2011 and is part of the uploading to the new blog site. The original title was “What is wrong with the Precautionary Principle?” and includes a long comment with an excerpt from an article I published many years ago In the last six and a half years, nothing has changed in the EU process to alleviate my earlier concerns … to the contrary, the precautionary principle has become even more misused by activist opportunists.
ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda visited Colombia from September 10-13 to obtain clarifications on certain aspects of the future Special Jurisdiction for Peace, as well as information about the status of relevant national proceedings relating to extrajudicial killings of civilians known as “false positives”, sexual and gender-based crimes, and forced displacement. 56 more words
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Species Surveys: New Opportunities and Ongoing Data Challenges
Monitoring is a fundamental step in the management of any species. The collection and careful analysis of species data allows us to make informed decisions about management priorities and to critically evaluate our actions. 1,571 more words