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P-value Thresholds: Forfeit at Your Peril.

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Summary of "P-value Thresholds: Forfeit at Your Peril."

A key recognition among those who write on the statistical crisis in science is that the pressure to publish attention-getting articles can incentivize researchers to produce eye-catching but inadequately scrutinized claims. We may see much the same sensationalism in broadcasting metastatistical research, especially if it takes the form of scapegoating or banning statistical significance.

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Name: European journal of clinical investigation
ISSN: 1365-2362
Pages: e13170

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