(Revised 18 March 2022, to add comments about replication, and the effectiveness of journal-specific guidelines, and badges.) What Progress With Open Science? In Brief: Judging from Psychological Science (PS) and the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (JEPG), during 2013-2020: Reporting …

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I woke on Christmas morning to a message from Bob with this link, to this editorial: Not just a single journal, but journal editors for a whole discipline! Here’s the first para, highlights added: Null hypothesis statistical tests are often …

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Bob recently tweeted: “I just registered for AIMOS, the meta- and open-science conference, Nov 30-Dec 3. https://aimosconference.com/register.html … Looking through the program, pretty easy to get pumped about AIMOS.” Indeed! And not only because Bob is presenting. See the full …

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It’s a pleasure to see estimation, Open Science, and even use of ESCI spreading across disciplines. This blog has reported various talks and articles I’ve been involved with in fields as diverse as, for example, Antarctic and marine science, orthodontics, …

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In brief The Journal of Physiology is embracing a number of Open Science practices and has just published an editorial highly critical of the p value. Yay! In less brief Simon Gandevia, of the NeuRA research institute in Sydney, has …

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I’ve just read a great series of papers by Denis Cousineau and Jean-Christophe Goulet-Pelletier. They propose a new way to calculate a CI on Cohen’s d in the paired design (e.g., a pre-post study). It’s an approximation, but they show …

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