 See Also

Gwern
 “Creatine Cognition MetaAnalysis”, Gwern 2013
 “The Replication Crisis: Flaws in Mainstream Science”, Gwern 2010
 “Lithium in GroundWater and WellBeing”, Gwern 2010
 “Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, Gwern 2015
 “Dual nBack MetaAnalysis”, Gwern 2012
 “Iodine and Adult IQ MetaAnalysis”, Gwern 2012
 “Conscientiousness & Online Education”, Gwern 2012

Links
 “Reproducible Variability: Assessing Investigator Discordance across 9 Research Teams Attempting to Reproduce the Same Observational Study”, Ostropolets et al 2023
 “A Spotlight on Bias in the Growth Mindset Intervention Literature: A Reply to Commentaries That Contextualize the Discussion (Oyserman 2023; Yan & Schuetze 2023) and Illustrate the Conclusion (Tipton Et Al 2023)”, Macnamara & Burgoyne 2023
 “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Common Errors in MetaAnalyses and MetaRegressions in Strength & Conditioning Research”, Kadlec et al 2022
 “Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Niemeyer et al 2022
 “Do MetaAnalyses Oversell the LongerTerm Effects of Programs? (Part 1): Detecting FollowUp Selection Bias in Studies of Postsecondary Education Programs”, Bailey & Weiss 2022
 “Revisiting MetaAnalytic Estimates of Validity in Personnel Selection: Addressing Systematic Overcorrection for Restriction of Range”, Sackett et al 2021
 “No Strong Evidence of Stereotype Threat in Females: A Reassessment of the MetaAnalysis”, Warne 2021
 “No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, Bartoš et al 2021
 “The Statistical Properties of RCTs and a Proposal for Shrinkage”, Zwet et al 2020
 “Specification Curve Analysis”, Simonsohn et al 2020
 “Estimating Population Mean Power Under Conditions of Heterogeneity and Selection for Significance”, Brunner & Schimmack 2020
 “Comparing MetaAnalyses and Preregistered MultipleLaboratory Replication Projects”, Kvarven et al 2019
 “Statistical Methods for Replicability Assessment”, Hung & Fithian 2019
 “What Can We Learn from Many Labs Replications? 3. Can Replication Studies Detect Fraud?”, Stroebe 2019
 “Estimation of Clinical Trial Success Rates and Related Parameters”, Wong et al 2019
 “Improving Active Learning in Systematic Reviews”, Singh et al 2018
 “The Heterogeneity Problem in MetaAnalytic Structural Equation Modeling (MASEM) Revisited: A Reply to Cheung”, Yu et al 2018
 “Evaluation of Evidence of Statistical Support and Corroboration of Subgroup Claims in Randomized Clinical Trials”, Association 2017
 “Performance of Informative Priors Skeptical of Large Treatment Effects in Clinical Trials: A Simulation Study”, Pedroza et al 2015
 “Assessment of Vibration of Effects due to Model Specification Can Demonstrate the Instability of Observational Associations”, Patel et al 2015
 “Predictive Distributions for BetweenStudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian MetaAnalysis”, Turner et al 2014
 “MetaAnalysis Using Effect Size Distributions of Only StatisticallySignificant Studies”, Assen et al 2014
 “Association Between Analytic Strategy and Estimates of Treatment Outcomes in MetaAnalyses”, Dechartres et al 2014
 “pCurve: A Key to the FileDrawer”, Simonsohn 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”, CouzinFrankel 2013
 “PETPEESE: MetaRegression Approximations to Reduce Publication Selection Bias”, Stanley & Doucouliagos 2013
 “Methods for Second Order MetaAnalysis and Illustrative Applications”, Schmidt & Oh 2013
 “The Ironic Effect of Significant Results on the Credibility of MultipleStudy Articles”, Schimmack 2012
 “StatisticallySignificant MetaAnalyses of Clinical Trials Have Modest Credibility and Inflated Effects”, Pereira & Ioannidis 2011
 “The Truth Wears Off: Is There Something Wrong With the Scientific Method?”, Lehrer 2010
 “CONSORT 2010 Statement: Updated Guidelines for Reporting Parallel Group Randomized Trials Free”, Schulz 2010
 “CONSORT 2010 Explanation and Elaboration: Updated Guidelines for Reporting Parallel Group Randomized Trials”, Moher 2010
 “CONSORT 2010 Statement: Updated Guidelines for Reporting Parallel Group Randomized Trials”, Schulz et al 2010
 “Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses: The PRISMA Statement”, Moher et al 2009
 “Overstating the Evidence: Double Counting in MetaAnalysis and Related Problems”, Senn 2009
 “Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (STROBE): Explanation and Elaboration”, Vandenbroucke et al 2007
 “An Exploratory Test for an Excess of StatisticallySignificant Findings”, Ioannidis & Trikalinos 2007
 “Methods of MetaAnalysis: Correcting Error and Bias in Research Findings”, Hunter & Schmidt 2004
 “Improving the Reporting Quality of Nonrandomized Evaluations of Behavioral and Public Health Interventions: The TREND Statement”, Jarlais 2004
 “Measuring Inconsistency in MetaAnalyses”, Higgins 2003
 “Personal Reflections on Lessons Learned from Randomized Trials Involving Newborn Infants, 1951–1967”, Silverman 2003
 “Psychological Testing and Psychological Assessment: A Review of Evidence and Issues”, Meyer et al 2001
 “Trim and Fill: A Simple FunnelPlotBased Method of Testing and Adjusting for Publication Bias in MetaAnalysis”
 “Bias in MetaAnalysis Detected by a Simple, Graphical Test”, Egger et al 1997
 “The Effects of Corticosteroid Administration Before Preterm Delivery: an Overview of the Evidence from Controlled Trials”
 “The PRISMA Statement for Reporting Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses of Studies That Evaluate Health Care Interventions: Explanation and Elaboration”, Liberati et al 2024
 “16.5.4 How to Include Multiple Groups from One Study”
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Gwern
“Creatine Cognition MetaAnalysis”, Gwern 2013
“The Replication Crisis: Flaws in Mainstream Science”, Gwern 2010
“Lithium in GroundWater and WellBeing”, Gwern 2010
“Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, Gwern 2015
“Dual nBack MetaAnalysis”, Gwern 2012
“Iodine and Adult IQ MetaAnalysis”, Gwern 2012
“Conscientiousness & Online Education”, Gwern 2012
Links
“Reproducible Variability: Assessing Investigator Discordance across 9 Research Teams Attempting to Reproduce the Same Observational Study”, Ostropolets et al 2023
“A Spotlight on Bias in the Growth Mindset Intervention Literature: A Reply to Commentaries That Contextualize the Discussion (Oyserman 2023; Yan & Schuetze 2023) and Illustrate the Conclusion (Tipton Et Al 2023)”, Macnamara & Burgoyne 2023
“With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Common Errors in MetaAnalyses and MetaRegressions in Strength & Conditioning Research”, Kadlec et al 2022
“Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Niemeyer et al 2022
“Do MetaAnalyses Oversell the LongerTerm Effects of Programs? (Part 1): Detecting FollowUp Selection Bias in Studies of Postsecondary Education Programs”, Bailey & Weiss 2022
“Revisiting MetaAnalytic Estimates of Validity in Personnel Selection: Addressing Systematic Overcorrection for Restriction of Range”, Sackett et al 2021
“No Strong Evidence of Stereotype Threat in Females: A Reassessment of the MetaAnalysis”, Warne 2021
No Strong Evidence of Stereotype Threat in Females: A Reassessment of the MetaAnalysis
“No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, Bartoš et al 2021
No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis with Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods
“The Statistical Properties of RCTs and a Proposal for Shrinkage”, Zwet et al 2020
The statistical properties of RCTs and a proposal for shrinkage
“Specification Curve Analysis”, Simonsohn et al 2020
“Estimating Population Mean Power Under Conditions of Heterogeneity and Selection for Significance”, Brunner & Schimmack 2020
Estimating Population Mean Power Under Conditions of Heterogeneity and Selection for Significance
“Comparing MetaAnalyses and Preregistered MultipleLaboratory Replication Projects”, Kvarven et al 2019
Comparing metaanalyses and preregistered multiplelaboratory replication projects
“Statistical Methods for Replicability Assessment”, Hung & Fithian 2019
“What Can We Learn from Many Labs Replications? 3. Can Replication Studies Detect Fraud?”, Stroebe 2019
What Can We Learn from Many Labs Replications? 3. Can replication studies detect fraud?
“Estimation of Clinical Trial Success Rates and Related Parameters”, Wong et al 2019
Estimation of clinical trial success rates and related parameters
“Improving Active Learning in Systematic Reviews”, Singh et al 2018
“The Heterogeneity Problem in MetaAnalytic Structural Equation Modeling (MASEM) Revisited: A Reply to Cheung”, Yu et al 2018
“Evaluation of Evidence of Statistical Support and Corroboration of Subgroup Claims in Randomized Clinical Trials”, Association 2017
“Performance of Informative Priors Skeptical of Large Treatment Effects in Clinical Trials: A Simulation Study”, Pedroza et al 2015
“Assessment of Vibration of Effects due to Model Specification Can Demonstrate the Instability of Observational Associations”, Patel et al 2015
“Predictive Distributions for BetweenStudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian MetaAnalysis”, Turner et al 2014
“MetaAnalysis Using Effect Size Distributions of Only StatisticallySignificant Studies”, Assen et al 2014
Metaanalysis using effect size distributions of only statisticallysignificant studies
“Association Between Analytic Strategy and Estimates of Treatment Outcomes in MetaAnalyses”, Dechartres et al 2014
Association Between Analytic Strategy and Estimates of Treatment Outcomes in Metaanalyses
“pCurve: A Key to the FileDrawer”, Simonsohn 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”, CouzinFrankel 2013
“PETPEESE: MetaRegression Approximations to Reduce Publication Selection Bias”, Stanley & Doucouliagos 2013
PETPEESE: Metaregression approximations to reduce publication selection bias
“Methods for Second Order MetaAnalysis and Illustrative Applications”, Schmidt & Oh 2013
Methods for second order metaanalysis and illustrative applications
“The Ironic Effect of Significant Results on the Credibility of MultipleStudy Articles”, Schimmack 2012
The Ironic Effect of Significant Results on the Credibility of MultipleStudy Articles
“StatisticallySignificant MetaAnalyses of Clinical Trials Have Modest Credibility and Inflated Effects”, Pereira & Ioannidis 2011
“The Truth Wears Off: Is There Something Wrong With the Scientific Method?”, Lehrer 2010
The Truth Wears Off: Is there something wrong with the scientific method?
“CONSORT 2010 Statement: Updated Guidelines for Reporting Parallel Group Randomized Trials Free”, Schulz 2010
CONSORT 2010 Statement: Updated Guidelines for Reporting Parallel Group Randomized Trials Free
“CONSORT 2010 Explanation and Elaboration: Updated Guidelines for Reporting Parallel Group Randomized Trials”, Moher 2010
“CONSORT 2010 Statement: Updated Guidelines for Reporting Parallel Group Randomized Trials”, Schulz et al 2010
CONSORT 2010 Statement: updated guidelines for reporting parallel group randomized trials
“Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses: The PRISMA Statement”, Moher et al 2009
Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses: The PRISMA Statement
“Overstating the Evidence: Double Counting in MetaAnalysis and Related Problems”, Senn 2009
Overstating the evidence: double counting in metaanalysis and related problems
“Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (STROBE): Explanation and Elaboration”, Vandenbroucke et al 2007
“An Exploratory Test for an Excess of StatisticallySignificant Findings”, Ioannidis & Trikalinos 2007
An exploratory test for an excess of statisticallysignificant findings
“Methods of MetaAnalysis: Correcting Error and Bias in Research Findings”, Hunter & Schmidt 2004
Methods of MetaAnalysis: Correcting Error and Bias in Research Findings
“Improving the Reporting Quality of Nonrandomized Evaluations of Behavioral and Public Health Interventions: The TREND Statement”, Jarlais 2004
“Measuring Inconsistency in MetaAnalyses”, Higgins 2003
“Personal Reflections on Lessons Learned from Randomized Trials Involving Newborn Infants, 1951–1967”, Silverman 2003
Personal reflections on lessons learned from randomized trials involving newborn infants, 1951–1967
“Psychological Testing and Psychological Assessment: A Review of Evidence and Issues”, Meyer et al 2001
Psychological testing and psychological assessment: A review of evidence and issues
“Trim and Fill: A Simple FunnelPlotBased Method of Testing and Adjusting for Publication Bias in MetaAnalysis”
“Bias in MetaAnalysis Detected by a Simple, Graphical Test”, Egger et al 1997
“The Effects of Corticosteroid Administration Before Preterm Delivery: an Overview of the Evidence from Controlled Trials”
“The PRISMA Statement for Reporting Systematic Reviews and MetaAnalyses of Studies That Evaluate Health Care Interventions: Explanation and Elaboration”, Liberati et al 2024
“16.5.4 How to Include Multiple Groups from One Study”
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