It really just does not follow, comments on Francis (2013)

@article{Simonsohn2013ItRJ,
  title={It really just does not follow, comments on Francis (2013)},
  author={U. Simonsohn},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={57},
  pages={174-176}
}
  • U. Simonsohn
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Mathematical Psychology
Abstract I discuss points of agreement and disagreement with Francis (2013) , and argue that the main lesson from his numerous one-off publication bias critiques is that developers of new statistical tools ought to anticipate their potential misuses and develop safeguards to prevent them. 
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