Our paper “Journal data sharing policies and statistical reporting inconsistencies in psychology” has been accepted for publication in the open access journal Collabra: Psychology! 14 more words
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We just published the preprint of our new study “Journal Data Sharing Policies and Statistical Reporting Inconsistencies in Psychology” at https://osf.io/preprints/psyarxiv/sgbta.
In this paper, we ran three independent studies to investigate if data sharing is related to fewer statistical inconsistencies in a paper. 59 more words
I am honored to announce that Joshua R. Polanin and I were awarded a $20,000 methods grant from the Campbell Collaboration for the project “Verifying the Accuracy of Statistical Significance Testing in Campbell Collaboration Systematic Reviews Through the Use of the R Package statcheck”. 54 more words
Science in theory is pretty great, but in practice, science is done by people. People have flaws, and these flaws infiltrate scientific practice. Confirmation bias translates into researcher allegiance bias; you’re more likely to obtain a positive result if you believe in the hypothesis you’re testing. 1,109 more words