2014 was exciting: In January, Psychological Science‘s new requirements introduced many psychologists to Open Science. In May the APS Convention in San Francisco was an exhilarating (for me, anyway) whirl of symposia, talks, and discussions about how Open Science should …

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The New Statistics: Why and How (abstract below) explained the advantages of moving on from NHST to the new statistics (estimation and meta-analysis) and the need for better practices to improve research integrity. I’m delighted that an award from Sage …

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It was a pleasure to meet Petra Vaiglova a few days ago while she was in Melbourne for an archaeological science conference. Fiona Fidler joined us for lunch–thanks to her for hosting. Originally from the Czech Republic (Czechia), Petra has …

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Our open access article just released at https://doi.org/10.1002/ijop.13132: Highlights Abstract We argue that researchers should test less, estimate more, and adopt Open Science practices. We outline some of the flaws of null hypothesis significance testing and take three approaches to …

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A couple of years back I posted (here) about shepherd.com, which has gone from strength to strength as an engaging way to browse books for interesting finds. I’ve updated our shepherd entry to ITNS2 and tweaked our recommendations, with Pennington‘s …

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