In recent years, scientists have realized many of their research practices led to unreliable findings. This has lead to a increased interest in way to improve research practices.
In this talk, I will share some of the most important insights from the crisis in confidence in science. I will discuss how to detect (and prevent) bias in research, the importance of error control, and how to design efficient experiments through sequential analyses while thinking about the smallest effect size of interest.
Who is Daniel?
Daniel Lakens is experimental psychologist at the Human-Technology Interaction group at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.