Tag: statistics


Marcus Crede on the Sorry State of Statistical and Research Practices in I-O

Dr. Marcus Crede has been threatened, legally and physically. His crime? Pointing out problems in published research. Lack of pre-registration, lack of power analysis, obvious calculation errors, impossible statistical results…authors, editors, peer-reviewers and readers are not doing so well. What is happening and what can we do about it? Transcript […]


A Sensible, Practical Proposal

Nonetheless, we disagree that a statistical significance-based “filtering process is useful to avoid drowning in noise” in science and instead view such filtering as harmful. First, the implicit rule to not publish nonsignificant results biases the literature with overestimated effect sizes and encourages “hacking” to get significance. Second, nonsignificant results […]