Malignant side effects of null-hypothesis significance testing:

@inproceedings{Branch2014MalignantSE,
  title={Malignant side effects of null-hypothesis significance testing:},
  author={Marc N. Branch},
  year={2014}
}
Six decades-worth of published information has shown irrefutably that null-hypothesis significance tests (NHSTs) provide no information about the reliability of research outcomes. Nevertheless, they are still the core of editorial decision-making in Psychology. Two reasons appear to contribute to the continuing practice. One, survey information suggests that a majority of psychological researchers incorrectly believe that p values provide information about reliability of results. Two, a… CONTINUE READING

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