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Eiko Fried101 machine learning algorithms, including #rstats cheat sheets. Although I'm not sure I'd call "linear regression" machine learning ;)
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This systematic review and meta-analysis assesses the agreement between prospective and retrospective measures of childhood maltreatment.
Eiko FriedMeta analysis N>25000: kappa between retrospective vs prospective reports of childhood maltreatment is 0.19.
"The 2 measures cannot be used interchangeably to study the associated health outcomes and risk mechanisms"
This cohort study examines the differential associations of genetic and environmental risk factors with trajectories of depression symptoms among individuals observed from ages 10 to 24 years in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children...
Background: Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a clinically heterogeneous disorder. Previous large-scale genetic studies of MDD have explored genetic risk factors of MDD case-control status or aggregated sums of depressive symptoms, ignoring...
This section contains the sub-selection of papers in which we either published original data, or that are completely reproducible due to open data. I deserve none of the credit, all... Read more »
Eiko Fried@LisaDeBruine@lpsatchell Plenty of open clinical data with skewed 4-point ordinal scales from which to simulate the data back. Happy to point a few out if that's helpful.
The 20-item PTSD dataset in n=221 from our 2017 paper, for instance, is a good start
Psychological scientists draw inferences about populations based on samples—of people, situations, and stimuli—from those populations. Yet, few papers identify ...
Eiko FriedWas actually considering writing a short piece about the topic, adding paragraphs to all my papers prospectively as examples, and encouraging myself and others to do the same in future work. Maybe a bit similar to the Constraints on Generality paper.
Guest blog by Nicholas A. Coles Recently, social scientists have begun to critically re-examine their most sacred (yet knowingly arb...
Eiko FriedOne common question that has come up in response to "JUSTIFY YOUR ALPHA" has been "BUT HOW?!".
New guest blog on @lakens's website by Nicholas Coles on Using Decision Theory to Justify Your Alpha.
July 2019 news from Clinical Psychology, Quantitative Psychology, Meta Psychology, and Open Science. For prior news, see the rubric Psychology News on this blog. Clinical Psychology Today has a number... Read more »
Predatory publishing refers to online journals that abuse the open-access model by
not doing peer review or editorial checks but soliciting articles with the sole purpose
of earning revenue.1 This has led to poor quality medical studies being...
Data on Sociosexual Orientation (assessed using the 5-point response-scale version of the SOI-R) and self-rated attractiveness (assessed using a single-item 7-point scale). Total N=9627.
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