Workshop (24-25 September 2021)-Readings & Background papers
Alexander Bird: (mini-bio)).
Mark Burgman: (mini-bio) March 25, 2021 Phil Stat Wars forum speaker, “How should applied science journal editors deal with statistical controversies?“
- Mark Burgman’s Draft Slides (pdf)
- A paper of mine from the Joint Statistical Meetings, “Rejecting Statistical Significance Tests: Defanging the Arguments”, discusses an episode that is relevant for the general topic of how journal editors should deal with statistical controversies.
Daniele Fanelli: (mini-bio)
David Hand: (mini-bio)
Katrin Hohl: (mini-bio)
Deborah Mayo: (mini-bio)
- “Don’t Throw out the Error Control Baby with the Bad Statistics Bathwater”, The American Statistician 70(2) (2016).
- “P-value Thresholds: Forfeit at Your Peril” European Journal of Clinical Investigation (2019) 49(10): e13170. DOI: 10.1111
- “P-Values on Trial: Selective Reporting of (Best Practice Guides Against) Selective Reporting” Harvard Data Science Review 2.1 (2020).
Richard Morey: (mini-bio) September 24, 2020 Phil Stat Wars forum speaker, “Bayes factors from all sides: who’s worried, who’s not, and why”.
- Morey, R.: Should we Redefine Statistical Significance
- Relevant readings & background can be found in the June 11, Meeting #4 blogpost. [SIST: Excursion 4 Tour II; Recommended: Excursion 4 Tour I: The Myth of “The Myth of Objectivity”]
Stephen Senn: (mini-bio)
Jon Williamson: (mini-bio)
OTHER RELEVANT PAPERS:
- Haig, B. (2020). “What can psychology’s statistics reformers learn from the error-statistical perspective?”, Methods in Psychology 2 (100020). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.metip.2020.100020