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False positive

April 1, 2012

False Positive Psychology

This has been around for a bit, but important to have a link to it.

First, they demonstrate how easy it is to find false positive results.  Then, they give a list of recommendations for how to fix this.  It has been extensively discussed in the blogosphere, and probably outside too – but it belongs here also.

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