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Sorry to say, but pilots’ decisions were not irrational
(British Psychological Society Digest Research, 2016-12-16)
Fradera’s Digest (2016) makes for interesting reading both for aviators and cognitive psychologists alike. Fradera reports on a research article by Walmsley and Gilbey (2016) and the Digest seems pretty accurate to the ...
Open letter to The Independent - Pilots 'very likely' to misjudge flying conditions due to irrational decisions, revisited
Staufenberg’s news article (2016) comments on research reported by Walmsley and Gilbey (2016). An interview with the corresponding author also yielded extra information, especially the verbalization that practically all ...
Manipulating the alpha level cannot cure significance testing – comments on "Redefine statistical significance"
(PeerJ Preprints, 2017-11-14)
We argue that depending on p-values to reject null hypotheses, including a recent call for changing the canonical alpha level for statistical significance from .05 to .005, is deleterious for the finding of new discoveries ...
Confidence intervals and tests are two sides of the same research question
(FRONTIERS RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 2015-01-28)
Fisher, Neyman-Pearson or NHST? A tutorial for teaching data testing
(FRONTIERS RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 2015-03-03)