In: Fun section

Support by artificial intelligence
November 3, 2021 Read More
A method to streamline p-hacking
June 16, 2021

The analytic strategy of p-hacking has rapidly accelerated the achievement of psychological scientists’ goals (e.g., publications & tenure), but has suffered…

Read More
Scaling the y-axis
May 29, 2020

One of our colleagues sent us this interesting image from a national TV station. Even though the topic is very sad…

Read More
Fun, fun, fun…
March 31, 2020

A mathematician, a physicist, and a statistician went hunting for deer. When they chanced upon one buck lounging about, the mathematician…

Read More
Fun Section January 2020
February 1, 2020

A funny way to show the importance of describing your study/experiment in most detail and to be transparent and precise so…

Read More
Parachute use to prevent death and major trauma when jumping from aircraft: randomized controlled trial
December 18, 2019

Objective: To determine if using a parachute prevents death or major traumatic injury when jumping from an aircraft.Design: Randomized controlled trial.Setting: Private or commercial…

Read More
Maze with cheese enters human trials following decades of testing on mice
November 22, 2019

Maze with cheese enters human trials following decades of testing on mice“After thousands of rounds of animal testing going back to…

Read More
A FAIRy tale
November 22, 2019

Once upon a time in the beautiful kingdom of Datamania lived a prince named Prince Fairhair. Though he was gentle as…

Read More
Long-Awaited Medical Study Questions the Power of Prayer
August 12, 2019

The question whether prayer can heal illness has for years been the subject of speculation.To once and for all obtain an…

Read More
Everything we eat causes cancer – or cures it!
May 31, 2019

For their 2013 paper ‘Is everything we eat associated with cancer? A systematic cookbook review‘, Jonathan D Schoenfeld and John PA…

Read More