Bob and I have been off-air for a while, but we haven’t gone away. I’ve been meaning for ages to blog about a wonderful book. Here it is: Sowey, E., & Petocz, P. (2017). A panorama of statistics: Perspectives, puzzles…
New paper out based on a massive sample (n = 355,358) finds that screens explain less than 0.4% of depression AND shows why previous research is deeply flawed - unless you are willing to believe potatoes and eyeglasses are also destroying a generation (Thread 1/13)
The Journal of Neuroscience has new guidelines for reporting non-human animal research. Wish it had more detail on sample-size determination, but love this: "Authors are encouraged to provide details on effect sizes and confidence intervals"