The public lecture and panel discussion on anti-microbial resistance co-organized with the Biochemical Society, Society for General Microbiology, and Society of Biology sought to open debate about living in world without antibiotic drugs. The crux of the matter is that anti- microbial resistance is a continuous force that we must counteract. This is due to […]
Frank de Libero writes: I read your Chance article (disproving that no one reads Chance!) re communicating about flawed psychological research. And I know from your other writings of your continuing good fight against misleading quantitative work. I think you and your students might be interested on my recent critique of a 2011 paper published […]
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This is a post-publication peer review (HIBAR: “Had I Been A Reviewer”) of the following paper: Levi, M., Li, K., & Zhang, F. (2010). Deal or no deal: Hormones and the mergers and acquisitions game. Management Science 56, 1462 -1483. A citeable version of this post-publication peer review can be found at SSRN: Schönbrodt, Felix […]
Mon: Skepticism about a published claim regarding income inequality and happiness Tues: Battle of the cozy comedians: What’s Alan Bennett’s problem with Stewart Lee? Wed: A world without statistics Thurs: NFL players keep getting bigger and bigger Fri: “An Experience with a Registered Replication Project” Sat, Sun: As Chris Hedges would say: Don’t worry, baby
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