My Popper Talk at LSE: The Statistical Replication Crisis: Paradoxes and Scapegoats

I’m giving a Popper talk at the London School of Economics next Tuesday (10 May). If you’re in the neighborhood, I hope you’ll stop by.

Popper talk May 10 location

A somewhat accurate blurb is here. I say “somewhat” because it doesn’t mention that I’ll talk a bit about the replication crisis in psychology, and the issues that crop up (or ought to) in connecting statistical results and the causal claim of interest.

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6 thoughts on “My Popper Talk at LSE: The Statistical Replication Crisis: Paradoxes and Scapegoats

  1. Tom Kepler

    Alas, Professor Mayo, I won’t be in the neighborhood. Will the talk be taped?
    Best wishes,
    Tom

    • Tom: A number of people have asked me this, and I don’t know. That’s never been standard, but things may have changed. I can post my slides.

  2. Please post the slides and, if available, any appropriate speaking notes. I look forward to seeing them!

  3. in London…

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