I told Phil Stark about this paper on Type S error rates and this paper on statistical challenges in estimating small effects, and he replied with these references on Type S errors and multiple comparisons:

Benjamini, Y. and Stark, P.B., 1996. Non-equivariant simultaneous confidence intervals less likely to contain zero, J. Am. Stat. Assoc., 91, 329-337.

Benjamini, Y., Y. Hochberg, and P.B. Stark, 1998. Confidence Intervals with more Power to determine the Sign: Two Ends constrain the Means, J. Amer. Stat. Assoc., 93, 309-317.

This is how researchers communicate: we just send links to our papers back and forth.