By Winnifred Louis, Associate Professor, Social Psychology, The University of Queensland, and Cassandra Chapman,PhD Candidate in Social Psychology, The University of Queensland. Here are the 7 sins: Assuming small differences are meaningful Equating statistical significance with real-world significance Neglecting to look at extremes Trusting coincidence Getting causation backwards Forgetting t…
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