Category Archives: Meta-analysis

Research Revolution 2.0 — The Current “Crisis”: How Technology Got Us Into This Mess and How Technology Will Help Us Out

[I just got back from the APS (Association for Psychological Science) Convention where I spent 5 hours in various symposia on Research Practices and 4 hours in various meetings on what Editors and Journals can (or should) do about what’s … Continue reading

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“But I don’t want people to try to replicate my research.”

If you are reading this blog, you have probably seen some of the news about the new Replication Research Reports to appear in Perspectives on Psychological Science.  But something you probably haven’t seen, or heard…  A few months ago, I … Continue reading

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Meta-Analyses Want YOU !

Meta-analyses are an important way of compiling our knowledge.  They help us find true effect sizes and moderators and mediators.  But meta-analyses that consist only of published results may be very biased.  We need a way to make sure that … Continue reading

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