[From the blog “Why you shouldn’t say ‘this study is underpowered’” by Richard Morey, posted at Towards Data Science, at Medium. com] “The first thing to clear up, as I’ve stated above, is that study or an experiment is not…Read More
The Psychonomic Society has been hosting an interesting blog series on pre-registration. Below are the five blogs with ridiculously brief, and probably misleading, summaries: Stephen Lindsay (“Arguments for Preregistering Psychology Research”) SUMMARY: Proper interpretation of the results from hypothesis testing…Read More
[The post below comes from a review by Richard Morey of the article “Meeting the challenge of the Psychonomic Society’s 2012 Guidelines on Statistical Issues: Some success and some room for improvement“, published in the journal Psychonomic Bulletin & Review by Peter…Read More
In a recent post (“Open data for the busy researcher”), Richard D. Morey suggests an easy way to share data. The hardest part is getting started. The following steps make it easy to “ease in” to the process of making…Read More
Earlier this month, the Psychonomic Society meetings held a session on Open Science. The session was recorded and is available on YouTube (click here). It consisted of four presentations. — “The Peer Reviewers’ Openness Initiative” by RICHARD MOREY of Cardiff…Read More
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