A memoir of science and activism, Alice Dreger's important book taught me more than it wanted to.
A visual explanation of statistical power and an eschatology of psychology.
Have you heard of the study that shows weak men are more socialist? It actually shows the opposite! That's the magic of bad statistics.
Protect yourself from p-hacking with precision, whether you're doing drugs or gambling.
Amy Cuddy won't let power posing go, so neither can I.
Measuring economic inequality and its consequences is hard, so why bother when you can just pick numbers that fit your preferred narrative?
A quick estimate of experimental power can discern good science from bullshit. Too bad that some scientists forget to do it themselves.
What's worse, the hot hand fallacy or the fallacies committed by scientists researching hot hands?
I analyze a statistics chart that manages to conclude the opposite of what the data says by making every possible error.