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Redefine statistical significance.

  • Author(s): Benjamin, Daniel J
  • Berger, James O
  • Johannesson, Magnus
  • Nosek, Brian A
  • Wagenmakers, E-J
  • Berk, Richard
  • Bollen, Kenneth A
  • Brembs, Björn
  • Brown, Lawrence
  • Camerer, Colin
  • Cesarini, David
  • Chambers, Christopher D
  • Clyde, Merlise
  • Cook, Thomas D
  • De Boeck, Paul
  • Dienes, Zoltan
  • Dreber, Anna
  • Easwaran, Kenny
  • Efferson, Charles
  • Fehr, Ernst
  • Fidler, Fiona
  • Field, Andy P
  • Forster, Malcolm
  • George, Edward I
  • Gonzalez, Richard
  • Goodman, Steven
  • Green, Edwin
  • Green, Donald P
  • Greenwald, Anthony G
  • Hadfield, Jarrod D
  • Hedges, Larry V
  • Held, Leonhard
  • Hua Ho, Teck
  • Hoijtink, Herbert
  • Hruschka, Daniel J
  • Imai, Kosuke
  • Imbens, Guido
  • Ioannidis, John PA
  • Jeon, Minjeong
  • Jones, James Holland
  • Kirchler, Michael
  • Laibson, David
  • List, John
  • Little, Roderick
  • Lupia, Arthur
  • Machery, Edouard
  • Maxwell, Scott E
  • McCarthy, Michael
  • Moore, Don A
  • Morgan, Stephen L
  • Munafó, Marcus
  • Nakagawa, Shinichi
  • Nyhan, Brendan
  • Parker, Timothy H
  • Pericchi, Luis
  • Perugini, Marco
  • Rouder, Jeff
  • Rousseau, Judith
  • Savalei, Victoria
  • Schönbrodt, Felix D
  • Sellke, Thomas
  • Sinclair, Betsy
  • Tingley, Dustin
  • Van Zandt, Trisha
  • Vazire, Simine
  • Watts, Duncan J
  • Winship, Christopher
  • Wolpert, Robert L
  • Xie, Yu
  • Young, Cristobal
  • Zinman, Jonathan
  • Johnson, Valen E
  • et al.
Abstract

We propose to change the default P-value threshold for statistical significance for claims of new discoveries from 0.05 to 0.005.

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