(2) Presenters: Abstracts & Slides

The Statistics Wars
and Their Casualties

September 22: Session 1

Moderator:

David Hand (Imperial College London)

Speakers:

Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech)
The Statistics Wars and Their Casualties (Abstract) (Slides from presentation)

Richard Morey (Cardiff University)
Bayes factors, p values, and the replication crisis (Abstract) (Slides from presentation)

Stephen Senn (Edinburgh)
The replication crisis: are P-values the problem and are Bayes factors the solution? (Abstract) (Slides from presentation)

September 23: Session 2

Moderator:

Stephen Senn (Edinburgh)

Speakers:

Daniël Lakens (Eindhoven University of Technology)
The role of background assumptions in severity appraisal (Abstract) (Slides from presentation)

Christian Hennig (University of Bologna)
On the interpretation of the mathematical characteristics of statistical tests (Abstract) (Slides from presentation)

Yoav Benjamini (Tel Aviv University)
The two statistical cornerstones of replicability: addressing selective inference and irrelevant variability (Abstract)(Slides from presentation)

December 1: Session 3 (tentative)

Moderator:

Daniël Lakens (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Speakers:

Daniele Fanelli (London School of Economics and Political Science) The neglected importance of complexity in statistics and Metascience  (Abstract)

Stephan Guttinger (University of Exeter) What are questionable research practices? (Abstract)

David J. Hand (Imperial College, London) What’s the question? (Abstract)

December 8: Session 4 (tentative)

Moderator:

Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech)

Speakers:

Jon Williamson (University of Kent) Causal inference is not statistical inference (Abstract)

Margherita Harris (London School of Economics and Political Science) On Severity, the Weight of Evidence, and the Relationship Between the Two (Abstract)

Aris Spanos (Virginia Tech) Revisiting the Two Cultures in Statistical Modeling and Inference as they relate to the Statistics Wars and Their Potential Casualties (Abstract)

Uri Simonsohn (Esade Ramon Llull University) Mathematically Elegant Answers to Research Questions No One is Asking (meta-analysis, random effects models, and Bayes factors) (Abstract)

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