Justify your alpha

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Lakens, Daniel.; Adolfi, Federico G..; Albers, Casper J..; Anvari, Farid.; Apps, Matthew A.J..; Argamon, Shlomo E..; Baguley, Thom.; Becker, Raymond B..; Benning, Stephen D..; Bradford, Daniel E..; Buchanan, Erin M..; Caldwell, Aaron R..; Calster, Ben van.; Carlsson, Rickard.; Chen, Sau-Chin.; Chung, Bryan.; Colling, Lincoln J..; Collins, Gary S..; Crook, Zander.; Cross, Emily S..; Daniels, Sameera.; Danielsson, Henrik.; DeBruine, Lisa.; Dunleavy, Daniel J..; Earp, Brian D..; Feist, Michele I..; Ferrell, Jason D..; Field, James G..; Fox, Nicholas W..; Friesen, Amanda.; ... view all 88 authors
  • Publisher: Nature Publishing Group

In response to recommendations to redefine statistical significance to p ≤ .005, we propose that researchers should transparently report and justify all choices they make when designing a study, including the alpha level.
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