I recently wrote in favour of internal meta-analysis, which refers to m-a that integrates evidence from two or more studies on more-or-less the same question, all coming from the same lab and perhaps reported in a single article. The post…
We invited psychologists who lost confidence in one of their own findings to submit a loss-of-confidence statement. Very happy to finally share this preprint with you: "Putting the Self in Self-Correction" https://t.co/c08PLdsedD>
@bj_cairns @EpidLife I'm not a stats educator, but I have been advocating estimation over testing for decades. Mostly it seems that nothing changes, but if you take the long view, there has been some movement. For example, there is the ASA statement: https://t.co/QSyL8wK3Ww
Note principle #5.
If you have taught or helped teach a class on #neuroimaging (or are planning/supposed to in the near future), read and inspire yourself from this.
I wished I could have taken such course.