“An Agument For Proper Multiple Comparisans Correction”

“Neural Coorelates of Interspecies Prospective Taking in the Post-Mortem Atlantic Salmon: An Argument For Proper Multiple Comparisans Correction”


“The dilemma of weak neuroimaging papers”

“Tools” -1 Boring Old Man

“Psychiatrists, even many of the card carrying neuropsychopharmacologists, are newcomers to the domain of complex technologies and the mathematical tools used in their analyses. We tend to be impressed with things that would be received skeptically in the more mature disciplines. And not many of the researchers themselves are lab rats who’ve spent a lot of time actually doing the bench work or the raw calculating that is required to understand these modern tools in their depth and complexity, hardware and software. For the moment, my sense of things is that the tools and analytic methods have been misused more frequently than used critically and effectively. If we are, indeed, going to be taken seriously in the scientific community, we’re going to have to find a more credible way of “showing our work” than in the published reports of Dr. Gibbons’ team. Only the naive still starstruck by the tools themselves would be convinced…”

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