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Psychology must learn a lesson from fraud case: sharing data could help to avert scandals like the Diederik Stapel revelations, and improve the quality of research.(WORLD VIEW: A personal take on events)

Wicherts, Jelte M.

Nature, Dec 1, 2011, Vol.480(7375), p.7(1) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    Psychology must learn a lesson from fraud case: sharing data could help to avert scandals like the Diederik Stapel revelations, and improve the quality of research.(WORLD VIEW: A personal take on events)
  • Autor: Wicherts, Jelte M.
  • Assuntos: Criminal Investigation -- Analysis ; Psychology -- Reports
  • É parte de: Nature, Dec 1, 2011, Vol.480(7375), p.7(1)
  • Descrição: [...] too do the common and more insidious failings of error and bias in data analysis - for example, the use of incorrect tests, reporting errors due to similarly named variables, favouring results that confirm a hypothesis and overly positive reporting of statistical outcomes. Yes, there are practical problems, including the need to keep data or participants confidential, but these can be solved by embargoes on releasing data for longitudinal studies, guidelines for preprocessing raw data, proper anonymity and exemptions where necessary.
  • Idioma: English

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