Pre-Registration? Meet Publication Bias

[From the blog post, “What Is Preregistration For?” by Neuroskeptic, published at Discover Magazine] “The paper reports on five studies which all address the same general question. Of these, Study #3 was preregistered and the authors write that it was performed after…

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Hmmm. Maybe the R-Factor is NOT the answer.

In a recent post, TRN highlighted a recent working paper touting the benefits of something called an “R-Factor.” The R-Factor is a metric that would report — for each published empirical study — the reproducibility rate of that study in…

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