Personalized P-Values for Social/Personality Psychologists

Last update 5/19/2021 (expanded to 400 social/personality psychologists) Introduction Since Fisher invented null-hypothesis significance testing, researchers have used p < .05 as a statistical criterion to interpret results as discoveries worthwhile of discussion (i.e., the null-hypothesis is false). Once published, these results are often treated as real findings even though alpha does not control the … Continue reading Personalized P-Values for Social/Personality Psychologists