Bayes Factors Versus p-Values

In a recent article in PLOS One, Don van Ravenzwaaij and John Ioannidis argue that Bayes factors should be preferred to significance testing (p-values) when assessing the effectiveness of new drugs.  At his blogsite The 20% Statistician, Daniel Lakens argues…

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ANDERSON & MAXWELL: There’s More than One Way to Conduct a Replication Study – Six, in Fact

NOTE: This entry is based on the article, “There’s More Than One Way to Conduct a Replication Study: Beyond Statistical Significance” (Psychological Methods, 2016, Vol, 21, No. 1, 1-12) Following a large-scale replication project in economics (Chang & Li, 2015)…

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Everything is F**KED: The Syllabus

Come on, admit it.  This is the course you really want to teach.  Professor Sanjay Srivastava’s PSY607’s weekly topics include: –Significance testing is f**ked — Causal inference from experiments is f**ked — Replicability is f**ked — Scientific publishing is f**ked…

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