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According to Amanda ElBassiouny, nonparametric statistics provide practical and statistical advantages over parametric approaches for many variables in psychological science research. ... More>
When scientists want to know the answer to a question that’s been studied a great deal, they conduct something called a meta-analysis, pooling data from multiple studies to arrive at one combined answer. Some people think this creates a chilling effect, shutting off further inquiry. But the authors of a new paper published in Perspectives in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, write that meta-analysis actually helps scientific fields develop.... More>
University of Colorado at Boulder http://talyarkoni.org What does your research focus on? Most of my current research focuses on what you might call psychoinformatics: the application of information technology to ... More>
CNRS & Université Paris Descartes, France http://lpp.psycho.univ-paris5.fr/person.php?name=VeroniqueI What does your research focus on? In my research, I am trying to understand the foundations of mathematical thinking. How much of mathematical ... More>
Statistics educators know all too well that teaching statistics can be a challenge, even for the most experienced instructors. Students often bring with them anxieties and misperceptions that can lead to a tense and frustrating learning environment, compelling many students to delay taking a statistics course. What is a statistics instructor to do?... More>