Null hypothesis testing: methodus non grato

by Sofia

The journal Basic and Applied Social Psychology just announced that it will no longer publish p-values, test statistics, confidence intervals, or any other null hypothesis testing procedures. This is pretty extreme, and equally exciting. From the little that I understand, Bayesian analysis is slowly but surely gaining ground against frequentist analysis, and this is one more (rather large) step in that direction.

Read the article here.

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