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Before entering the field of statistics, we warm up with basic probability theory. Without insights into the basics of probability it is difficult to interpret information as it is provided in… Expand
The Test for Excess Success highlighted problems with current scientific practice for fields that use hypothesis testing. In addition, errors in statistical reporting (e.g., the reported p-value does… Expand
Chapter 10 introduced the Test for Excess Success (TES), which detects some forms of bias in statistical analyses across multiple experiments. Although we found study sets where the TES indicated… Expand
We offer these texts bundled together at a discount for your students.Social Statistics for a Diverse Society, Sixth EditionThe new edition of this bestselling text continues to emphasize intuition… Expand
What is a good performance measure? The most frequently used measure is the percentage of correct responses. Here, we will see that percent correct confuses two variables, namely, sensitivity and… Expand
In Chap. 3, we introduced the basic concept of statistics within the framework of SDT. Here, we present a classic introduction to hypothesis testing and present variations of the t-test.
An ANOVA is one option to cope with the multiple testing problem. A much simpler way to cope with multiple testing is to avoid it by clever experimental design. Even if you need to measure many… Expand
In Part I, we focused on the most basic statistical comparison, namely, the comparison of two means. We described the t-test, which has high power and, hence is a good test and should be used… Expand
In Chaps. 1 and 2, we showed that proper conclusions need full information and that many popular measures, such as the Odds Ratio or the Percentage of Correct Responses, provide only partial… Expand