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On deck this week

Mon: Clarke’s Law: Any sufficiently crappy research is indistinguishable from fraud

Tues: Reduced-dimensionality parameterizations for linear models with interactions

Wed: Time-reversal heuristic as randomization, and p < .05 as conflict of interest declaration

Thurs: It comes down to reality and it’s fine with me cause I’ve let it slide

Fri: Can a census-tract-level regression analysis untangle correlation between lead and crime?

Sat: What they’re saying about “blended learning”: “Perhaps the most reasonable explanation is that no one watched the video or did the textbook reading . . .”

Sun: When are people gonna realize their studies are dead on arrival?

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