Replication Crisis and p-values

What has happened down here is the winds have changed

Why is the scientific replication crisis centered on psychology?

Psychology’s reproducibility crisis: why statisticians are publicly calling out social scientists

Psychology’s reproducibility crisis: why statisticians are publicly calling out social scientists

Source: boingboing.net/2016/09/23/psychologys-reproducibility.html

Ten Famous Psychology Findings That It’s Been Difficult To Replicate

By Christian Jarrett Every now and again a psychology finding is published that immediately grabs the world’s attention and refuses to let go – often it’s a result with immediate implic…

Source: digest.bps.org.uk/2016/09/16/ten-famous-psychology-findings-that-its-been-difficult-to-replicate/

The Replication Crisis Reading List

A century of p-values, file drawers, and salmon

Source: medium.com/@JohnBorghi/the-replication-crisis-reading-list-43d22a9e6a5a

Curate Science

Published scientific findings can only be considered trustworthy — for theory and applications (e.g., health interventions) — once successfully replicated and generalized by independent researchers. No database, however, currently exists that systematically tracks and meta-analytically summarizes independent direct replications to gauge the replicability and generalizability of social science findings over time. Curate Science is a crowd-sourced effort to achieve just this to accelerate the development of trustworthy knowledge that can soundly inform theory and effective public policy to improve human welfare (see About section for more details).

Source: curatescience.org/

The ASA’s Statement on p-Values: Context, Process, and Purpose: The American Statistician: Vol 70, No 2

Registered in England & Wales No. 3099067

Source: amstat.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00031305.2016.1154108

Not Even Scientists Can Easily Explain P-values

P-values have taken quite a beating lately. These widely used and commonly misapplied statistics have been blamed for giving a veneer of legitimacy to dodgy study results, encouraging bad research …

Source: fivethirtyeight.com/features/not-even-scientists-can-easily-explain-p-values/?ex_cid=538twitter

 

Replication Crisis and p-values

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