Month: November 2019

I Join an RCT: A View From the Other Side

In ITNS we discuss randomized control trials (RCTs) and I’ve taught about them since whenever. If done well, they should provide gold standard evidence about the benefits and harms of a therapy. So I was particularly interested to be invited

Replications: How Should We Analyze the Results?

Does This Effect Replicate? It seems almost irresistible to think in terms of such a dichotomous question! We seem to crave an ‘it-did’ or ‘it-didn’t’ answer! However, rarely if ever is a bald yes-no decision the most informative way to

‘Preregistration’ or ‘Registration’?

For years, medicine has urged the ‘registration‘ of clinical trials before data collection starts. More recently, psychology has come to use the term ‘preregistration‘ for this vital component of Open Science. The ‘pre’ puts it in your face that it

Congratulations Professor Fiona Fidler!

Just as the fabulous AIMOS Conference — one of Fiona’s most recent triumphs — was wrapping, it was announced officially that Fiona Fidler has been appointed as full PROFESSOR at the University of Melbourne. Wonderful news! Wow, when Simine Vazire

AIMOS — The New Interdisciplinary Meta-Research and Open Science Association

Association for Interdisciplinary Meta-Research & Open Science (AIMOS) I had a fascinating two days down at the University of Melbourne last week for the first AIMOS conference. The program is here and you can click through to see details of

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