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Positive Findings are Drastically Lower in Registered Reports

[From slides prepared for the talk “Positive result rates in psychology: Registered Reports compared to the conventional literature” by Mitchell Schijen, Anne Scheel, and Daniël Lakens, presented at Open Science 2019 @ZPID, Trier , and posted at OSF] Conclusion: “Positive result rate in…

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Should Science Do More Replications? It Depends

[From the recent working paper, “The Costs and Benefits of Replication Studies” by Coles, Tiokhin, Scheel, Isager, and Lakens, posted at psyarxiv.com/c8akj] “The debate about whether replication studies should become mainstream is essentially driven by disagreements about their costs and benefits,…

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SCHEEL: When Null Results Beat Significant Results OR Why Nothing May Be Truer Than Something

[The following is an adaption of (and in large parts identical to) a recent blog post by Anne Scheel that appeared on The 100% CI .] Many, probably most empirical scientists use frequentist statistics to decide if a hypothesis should be rejected…

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Reasons for Loving Null Results

In a great blog (“Why we should love null results”) posted at The 100% CI, Anne Scheel gives some reasons why we should love statistically insignificant findings. Her reasons include: — “We should love null results to counter our tendency…

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