“The Report of My Death was an Exaggeration: p-Values' Role in Modern Social Science Research"
Recently, poorly conducted research has become a "hot topic" in the social and health sciences. Attempts to move these fields into more rigorous scientific directions have criticized the standard practice of reporting p-values. This talk will cover a few ways that researchers should be aware of for manipulating p-values, and how to avoid making these (sometimes inadvertent) errors in your own work.
Friday, April 4th, 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m., LSC 133
Guest Speaker: Ryan T. Pohlig, Ph.D., Biostatistician, College of Health Sciences, University of Delaware (Scranton class of 2005, University of Pittsburgh graduate 2012)
Faculty contact for any questions: Dr. Tim Cannon, Psychology (ext 4266)