Date aired: 04.05.2022
Title: The power of words in reproducibility, psychological constructs, and phantasmagoria
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randomized controlled trials published over 30 years reveals trends in phrases
used to discuss results that do not reach statistical significance. PLoS Biol2022; 20(2): e3001562.
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