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 “Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Et Al 2022
 “Revisiting MetaAnalytic Estimates of Validity in Personnel Selection: Addressing Systematic Overcorrection for Restriction of Range”, Et Al 2021
 “No Strong Evidence of Stereotype Threat in Females: A Reassessment of the MetaAnalysis”, 2021
 “No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, Et Al 2021
 “Specification Curve Analysis”, Et Al 2020
 “Estimating Population Mean Power Under Conditions of Heterogeneity and Selection for Significance”, 2020
 “Statistical Methods for Replicability Assessment”, 2019
 “What Can We Learn from Many Labs Replications? 3. Can Replication Studies Detect Fraud?”, 2019
 “Estimation of Clinical Trial Success Rates and Related Parameters”, Et Al 2019
 “Improving Active Learning in Systematic Reviews”, Et Al 2018
 “The Heterogeneity Problem in Metaanalytic Structural Equation Modeling (MASEM) Revisited: A Reply to Cheung”, Et Al 2018
 “Evaluation of Evidence of Statistical Support and Corroboration of Subgroup Claims in Randomized Clinical Trials”, 2017
 “Performance of Informative Priors Skeptical of Large Treatment Effects in Clinical Trials: A Simulation Study”, Et Al 2015
 “Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, 2015
 “Predictive Distributions for Betweenstudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian Metaanalysis”, Et Al 2014
 “Metaanalysis Using Effect Size Distributions of Only Statisticallysignificant Studies”, Et Al 2014
 “Association Between Analytic Strategy and Estimates of Treatment Outcomes in Metaanalyses”, Et Al 2014
 “PCurve: A Key to the FileDrawer”, Et Al 2014
 “When Mice Mislead: Tackling a Longstanding Disconnect between Animal and Human Studies, Some Charge That Animal Researchers Need Stricter Safeguards and Better Statistics to Ensure Their Science Is Solid”, Couzin2013
 “Creatine Cognition Metaanalysis”, 2013
 “PETPEESE: Metaregression Approximations to Reduce Publication Selection Bias”, 2013
 “Methods for Second Order Metaanalysis and Illustrative Applications”, 2013
 “Conscientiousness & Online Education”, 2012
 “Dual NBack MetaAnalysis”, 2012
 “Iodine and Adult IQ Metaanalysis”, 2012
 “The Ironic Effect of Significant Results on the Credibility of MultipleStudy Articles”, 2012
 “Revisiting Truth or Triviality: The External Validity of Research in the Psychological Laboratory”
 “The Truth Wears Off: Is There Something Wrong With the Scientific Method?”, 2010
 “The Replication Crisis: Flaws in Mainstream Science”, 2010
 “Lithium in Groundwater and Wellbeing”, 2010
 “Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses: The PRISMA Statement”, Et Al 2009
 “Overstating the Evidence: Double Counting in Metaanalysis and Related Problems”, 2009
 “Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (STROBE): Explanation and Elaboration”, Et Al 2007
 “An Exploratory Test for an Excess of Statisticallysignificant Findings”, 2007
 “Methods of MetaAnalysis: Correcting Error and Bias in Research Findings”, 2004
 “Psychological Testing and Psychological Assessment: A Review of Evidence and Issues”, Et Al 2001
 “Trim and Fill: A Simple Funnelplotbased Method of Testing and Adjusting for Publication Bias in Metaanalysis”, 2000
 “Bias in Metaanalysis Detected by a Simple, Graphical Test”, Et Al 1997
 “What Do Data Really Mean? Research Findings, MetaAnalysis, and Cumulative Knowledge in Psychology”
 “Statistical Problems in Reporting of Clinical Trials”
 “Comparing the Means of Several Groups”
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“With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Common Errors in MetaAnalyses and MetaRegressions in Strength & Conditioning Research”, 2022
“With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Common Errors in MetaAnalyses and MetaRegressions in Strength & Conditioning Research”, 20221008 ( ; similar)
“Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Et Al 2022
“Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, 20220917 ( ; similar; bibliography)
“Revisiting MetaAnalytic Estimates of Validity in Personnel Selection: Addressing Systematic Overcorrection for Restriction of Range”, Et Al 2021
“Revisiting MetaAnalytic Estimates of Validity in Personnel Selection: Addressing Systematic Overcorrection for Restriction of Range”, 20211230 ( ; similar)
“No Strong Evidence of Stereotype Threat in Females: A Reassessment of the MetaAnalysis”, 2021
“No Strong Evidence of Stereotype Threat in Females: A Reassessment of the MetaAnalysis”, 20211129 ( ; similar)
“No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, Et Al 2021
“No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis with Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, 20210617 ( ; similar; bibliography)
“Specification Curve Analysis”, Et Al 2020
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“Estimating Population Mean Power Under Conditions of Heterogeneity and Selection for Significance”, 2020
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“Statistical Methods for Replicability Assessment”, 2019
“Statistical Methods for Replicability Assessment”, 20190320 ( ; backlinks; similar)
“What Can We Learn from Many Labs Replications? 3. Can Replication Studies Detect Fraud?”, 2019
“What Can We Learn from Many Labs Replications? 3. Can replication studies detect fraud?”, 20190308 ( ; similar; bibliography)
“Estimation of Clinical Trial Success Rates and Related Parameters”, Et Al 2019
“Estimation of clinical trial success rates and related parameters”, 2019 ( ; backlinks; similar)
“Improving Active Learning in Systematic Reviews”, Et Al 2018
“Improving Active Learning in Systematic Reviews”, 20180129 ( ; similar)
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“Evaluation of Evidence of Statistical Support and Corroboration of Subgroup Claims in Randomized Clinical Trials”, 2017
“Performance of Informative Priors Skeptical of Large Treatment Effects in Clinical Trials: A Simulation Study”, Et Al 2015
“Performance of informative priors skeptical of large treatment effects in clinical trials: A simulation study”, 20151213 ( ; backlinks; similar)
“Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, 2015
“Catnip immunity and alternatives”, 20151107 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“Predictive Distributions for Betweenstudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian Metaanalysis”, Et Al 2014
“Predictive distributions for betweenstudy heterogeneity and simple methods for their application in Bayesian metaanalysis”, 20141205 ( ; similar; bibliography)
“Metaanalysis Using Effect Size Distributions of Only Statisticallysignificant Studies”, Et Al 2014
“Metaanalysis using effect size distributions of only statisticallysignificant studies”, 20141117 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“Association Between Analytic Strategy and Estimates of Treatment Outcomes in Metaanalyses”, Et Al 2014
“Association Between Analytic Strategy and Estimates of Treatment Outcomes in Metaanalyses”, 20140813 ( ; similar; bibliography)
“PCurve: A Key to the FileDrawer”, Et Al 2014
“pCurve: A Key to the FileDrawer”, 201401 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“When Mice Mislead: Tackling a Longstanding Disconnect between Animal and Human Studies, Some Charge That Animal Researchers Need Stricter Safeguards and Better Statistics to Ensure Their Science Is Solid”, Couzin2013
“When Mice Mislead: Tackling a longstanding disconnect between animal and human studies, some charge that animal researchers need stricter safeguards and better statistics to ensure their science is solid”, 20131122 ( ; backlinks)
“Creatine Cognition Metaanalysis”, 2013
“Creatine Cognition Metaanalysis”, 20130906 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“PETPEESE: Metaregression Approximations to Reduce Publication Selection Bias”, 2013
“PETPEESE: Metaregression approximations to reduce publication selection bias”, 20130903 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“Methods for Second Order Metaanalysis and Illustrative Applications”, 2013
“Methods for second order metaanalysis and illustrative applications”, 20130701 (backlinks; similar)
“Conscientiousness & Online Education”, 2012
“Conscientiousness & Online Education”, 20120720 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“Dual NBack MetaAnalysis”, 2012
“Dual nBack MetaAnalysis”, 20120520 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“Iodine and Adult IQ Metaanalysis”, 2012
“Iodine and Adult IQ metaanalysis”, 20120229 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“The Ironic Effect of Significant Results on the Credibility of MultipleStudy Articles”, 2012
“Revisiting Truth or Triviality: The External Validity of Research in the Psychological Laboratory”
“The Truth Wears Off: Is There Something Wrong With the Scientific Method?”, 2010
“The Truth Wears Off: Is there something wrong with the scientific method?”, 20101213 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“The Replication Crisis: Flaws in Mainstream Science”, 2010
“The Replication Crisis: Flaws in Mainstream Science”, 20101027 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“Lithium in Groundwater and Wellbeing”, 2010
“Lithium in groundwater and wellbeing”, 20101014 ( ; backlinks; similar; bibliography)
“Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses: The PRISMA Statement”, Et Al 2009
“Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses: The PRISMA Statement”, 20090721 (backlinks; similar)
“Overstating the Evidence: Double Counting in Metaanalysis and Related Problems”, 2009
“Overstating the evidence: double counting in metaanalysis and related problems”, 2009 (similar)
“Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (STROBE): Explanation and Elaboration”, Et Al 2007
“Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (STROBE): Explanation and Elaboration”, 20071016 ( ; backlinks; similar)
“An Exploratory Test for an Excess of Statisticallysignificant Findings”, 2007
“An exploratory test for an excess of statisticallysignificant findings”, 20070601 ( ; backlinks; similar)
“Methods of MetaAnalysis: Correcting Error and Bias in Research Findings”, 2004
“Psychological Testing and Psychological Assessment: A Review of Evidence and Issues”, Et Al 2001
“Psychological testing and psychological assessment: A review of evidence and issues”, 200102 ( ; similar)
“Trim and Fill: A Simple Funnelplotbased Method of Testing and Adjusting for Publication Bias in Metaanalysis”, 2000
“Bias in Metaanalysis Detected by a Simple, Graphical Test”, Et Al 1997
“Bias in metaanalysis detected by a simple, graphical test”, 19970913 ( ; backlinks; similar)
“What Do Data Really Mean? Research Findings, MetaAnalysis, and Cumulative Knowledge in Psychology”
“Statistical Problems in Reporting of Clinical Trials”
“Comparing the Means of Several Groups”
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: “Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Richard E. Niemeyer, K. Ryan Proctor, Joseph Schwartz, Robert G. Niemeyer: 
https://psyarxiv.com/kvsp7/
: “No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, František Bartoš, Maximilian Maier, EricJan Wagenmakers, Hristos Doucouliagos, T. D. Stanley: 
2020simonsohn.pdf
: “Specification Curve Analysis”, Uri Simonsohn, Joseph P. Simmons, Leif D. Nelson: 
2020brunner.pdf
: “Estimating Population Mean Power Under Conditions of Heterogeneity and Selection for Significance”, Jerry Brunner, Ulrich Schimmack: 
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01973533.2019.1577736#sectionheading2
: “What Can We Learn from Many Labs Replications? 3. Can Replication Studies Detect Fraud?”, Wolfgang Stroebe: 
catnip
: “Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, Gwern Branwen: 
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/sim.6381
: “Predictive Distributions for Betweenstudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian Metaanalysis”, Rebecca M. Turner, Dan Jackson, Yinghui Wei, Simon G. Thompson, Julian P. T. Higgins: 
2014vanassen.pdf
: “Metaanalysis Using Effect Size Distributions of Only Statisticallysignificant Studies”, Marcel A. L. M. van Assen, Robbie C. M. van Aert, Jelte M. Wicherts: 
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/articleabstract/1895246
: “Association Between Analytic Strategy and Estimates of Treatment Outcomes in Metaanalyses”, Agnes Dechartres, Douglas G. Altman, Ludovic Trinquart, Isabelle Boutron, Philippe Ravaud: 
2014simonsohn.pdf
: “<em>p< / em>Curve: A Key to the FileDrawer”, Uri Simonsohn, Leif D. Nelson, Joseph P. Simmons: 
creatine
: “Creatine Cognition Metaanalysis”, Gwern Branwen: 
2013stanley.pdf
: “PETPEESE: Metaregression Approximations to Reduce Publication Selection Bias”, T. D. Stanley, Hristos Doucouliagos: 
conscientiousness
: “Conscientiousness & Online Education”, Gwern Branwen: 
dnbmetaanalysis
: “Dual NBack MetaAnalysis”, Gwern Branwen: 
iodine
: “Iodine and Adult IQ Metaanalysis”, Gwern Branwen: 
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2010/12/13/thetruthwearsoff
: “The Truth Wears Off: Is There Something Wrong With the Scientific Method?”, Jonah Lehrer: 
replication
: “The Replication Crisis: Flaws in Mainstream Science”, Gwern Branwen: 
lithium
: “Lithium in Groundwater and Wellbeing”, Gwern Branwen: