Hypothesis Testing: Why buy the book when you can watch the movie?

My last post was a recommendation for a book. For the tiny minority of the vast population of those who follow this blog, I am providing another, easier source to understand a statistical methodology used in medicine, psychology, sociology, anthropology, climate science, cognitive science, neuroscience, etc. It’s a talk given by Geoffrey Loftus, a cognitive scientists and recognized expert on hypothesis testing experimental designs (or null hypothesis significance testing, or just hypothesis testing).

So without further ado, I give you “Hypothesis Testing: Curse or Abomination?”

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