Evidence that nonsignificant results are sometimes preferred: Reverse P-hacking or selective reporting?

Citation

Chuard, P, Vrtilek, M, Head, M et al 2019, 'Evidence that nonsignificant results are sometimes preferred: Reverse P-hacking or selective reporting?', PLoS Biology, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. e3000127.

Year

2019

Field of Research

  • Behavioural Ecology

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