Share 'The seven deadly sins of statistical misinterpretation, and how to avoid them'
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
Getting causation backwards
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