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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If you want to wrap up your winter semester with an invigorating online conference on teaching research excellence, you’re in luck, as the APA’s Teaching Research Excellence conference will be held via Zoom on December 14th, 2023 from 9:00 am …

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Computational reproducibility is a mouthful but the idea is simple: Use the reported data analysis to get the reported results. Haven’t we always assumed that works? Yes, but. Search for “computational reproducibility” and find recent discussions in numerous disciplines. Conclusion: …

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Yesterday I greatly enjoyed a zoom talk with the Open Science Community of Turku, Finland. Online were good folks from Finland, The Netherlands and I don’t know where else. Great questions at the end! My slides and 3 data files …

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