I’m speaking at Univ of Minnesota on Friday

I’ll be speaking at U of Minnesota tomorrow. I’m glad to see a group with interest in philosophical foundations of statistics as well as the foundations of experiment and measurement in psychology. I will post my slides afterwards. Come by if you’re in the neighborhood. 

University of Minnesota
“The ASA (2016) Statement on P-values and
How to Stop Refighting the Statistics Wars”


April 8, 2016 at 3:35 p.m.

 

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Deborah G. Mayo
Department of Philosophy, Virginia Tech

The CLA Quantitative Methods
Collaboration Committee
&
Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science

275 Nicholson Hall
216 Pillsbury Drive SE
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis MN

 

This will be a mixture of my current take on the “statistics wars” together with my reflections on the recent ASA document on P-values. I was invited over a year ago already by Niels Waller, a co-author of Paul Meehl. I’ll never forget when I was there in 1997: Paul Meehl was in the audience, waving my book in the air–EGEK (1996)–and smiling!

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3 thoughts on “I’m speaking at Univ of Minnesota on Friday

  1. emrahaktunc

    I wish I could be there 🙂 Best, Emrah

    Dr. Emrah Aktunc

    On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 6:42 PM, Error Statistics Philosophy wrote:

    > Mayo posted: “I’ll be speaking at U of Minnesota tomorrow. I’m glad to see > a group with interest in philosophical foundations of statistics as well as > the foundations of experiment and measurement in psychology. I will post my > slides afterwards. Come by if you’re in th” >

  2. Hi Emrah: Sure, it would be good if you were. Hope you’re taking advantage of all the current problems in psych that cry out for philosophical ministration.

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