Below are the videos and slides from the 6 talks from Session 1 and Session 2 of our workshop The Statistics Wars and Their Casualties held on September 22 & 23, 2022. Session 1 speakers were: Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech), Richard Morey (Cardiff University), Stephen Senn (Edinburgh, Scotland). Session 2 speakers were: Daniël Lakens (Eindhoven University of Technology), Christian Hennig (University of Bologna), Yoav Benjamini (Tel Aviv University). Abstracts can be found here and the schedule here. Some participant related publications are on this page.
The final 2 sessions of our online workshop (Sessions 3 and 4) will be held on Thursdays, Dec 1 and Dec 8, 2022 from 1500-1815 (London time) and 10am-1:15pm (New York City time).
Brief Intro to Session 1 by David Hand (Imperial College)
Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech):
The Statistics Wars and Their Casualties
Richard Morey (Cardiff University)
Bayes factors, p values, and the replication crisis
Slide show is posted on his webpage here.
Stephen Senn (Edinburgh)
The replication crisis: are P-values the problem and are Bayes factors the solution?
Session 1 Discussion
[Brief Intro to Session 2 by Stephen Senn (Edinburgh)]
Daniël Lakens (Eindhoven University of Technology)
The role of background assumptions in severity appraisal
Christian Hennig (University of Bologna)
On the interpretation of the mathematical characteristics of statistical tests
Yoav Benjamini (Tel Aviv University)
The two statistical cornerstones of replicability: addressing selective inference and irrelevant variability
Session 2 Discussion
All: On July 30 (10am EST) I will give a virtual version of my JSM presentation, remotely like the one I will actually give on Aug 6 at the JSM. Co-panelist Stan Young may as well. One of our surprise guests tomorrow (not at the JSM) will be Yoav Benjamini! If you’re interested in attending our July 30 practice session* please follow the directions here. Background items for this session are in the “readings” and “memos” of session 5.
Members: Materials resulting from Meeting 7:
“Work of renowned UK psychologist Hans Eysenck ruled ‘unsafe’”, The Guardian (Oct 11, 2019) (LINK).
*unless you’re already on our LSE Phil500 list
Slides & Video Links for Meeting 7:
DRAFT OF Mayo JSM 2020 SLIDES (PDF)
FINAL Mayo JSM 2020 SLIDES (PDF)
VI. (June 25) BONUS MEETING: Power, shpower, severity, positive predictive value (diagnostic model) & a Continuation of The Statistics Wars and Their Casualties
There will also be a guest speaker: Professor David Hand:
“Trustworthiness of Statistical Analysis”