Publications


F Fidler, J Wilcox. Forthcoming, in press. The Reproducibility of Scientific Results. Standford Encyclopedia of Philsophy. (I’ll make a preprint soon. Promise.)


H Fraser, TH Parker, S Nakagawa, A Barnett, F Fidler. 2018. Questionable research practices in Ecology and Evolution. PLoS One doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0200303


TH Parker, SC Griffith, JL Bronstein, F Fidler, S Foster, H Fraser, W Forstmeier, J Gurevitch, J Koricheva, R Seppelt, M W Tingley, S Nakagawa. 2018. Empowering peer reviewers with a checklist to improve transparency. Nature ecology & evolution 2 (6), 929


F Fidler, H Fraser, MA McCarthy, ET Game. 2018. Improving the transparency of statistical reporting in Conservation Letters. Conservation Letters 11 (2), e12453


F Fidler, F Singleton Thorn, A Barnett, S Kambouris, A Kruger. 2018. The Epistemic Importance of Establishing the Absence of an Effect. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 2515245918770407


DJ Benjamin, JO Berger, M Johannesson, BA Nosek, EJ Wagenmakers, R Berk, KA Bollen, B Brembs, L Brown, C Camerer, D Cesarini, CD Chambers, M Clyde, TD Cook, P De Boeck, Z Dienes, A Dreber, K Easwaran, C Efferson, E Fehr, F Fidler, AP Field, M Forster, EI George, R Gonzalez, S Goodman, E Green, DP Green, AG Greenwald, JD Hadfield, LV Hedges, L Held, TH Ho, H Hoijtink, DJ Hruschka, K Imai, G Imbens, JPA Ioannidis, M Jeon, J Holland Jones, M Kirchler, D Laibson, J List, R Little, A Lupia, E Machery, SE Maxwell, M McCarthy, DA Moore, SL Morgan, M Munafo, S Nakagawa, B Nyhan, TH Parker, L  Pericchi, M Perugini, J Rouder, J Rousseau, V Savalei, FD Schönbrodt, T Sellke, B Sinclair, D Tingley, T Van Zandt, S Vazire, DJ Watts, C Winship, RL Wolpert, Y Xie, C Young, J Zinman, VE Johnson. 2018. Redefine statistical significance. Nature Human Behaviour 2 (1), 6


F Fidler, YE Chee, BC Wintle, MA Burgman, MA McCarthy, A Gordon. 2017. Metaresearch for evaluating reproducibility in ecology and evolution. BioScience 67 (3), 282-289


TH Parker, W Forstmeier, J Koricheva, F Fidler, JD Hadfield, YE Chee, CD Kelly, J Gurevitch, S Nakagawa. 2016. Fraud Not a Primary Cause of Irreproducible Results: A Reply to Clark et al. Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (12), 900


TH Parker, W Forstmeier, J Koricheva, F Fidler, JD Hadfield, YE Chee, CD Kelly, J Gurevitch, S Nakagawa. 2016. Transparency in ecology and evolution: real problems, real solutions. Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (9), 711-719


F Fidler & G Cumming. 2014. Yes, but don’t underestimate estimation: Reply to Morey, Rouder, Verhagen, and Wagenmakers (2014). Psychological Science, 25(6), 1291-1292.


F Fidler, G Cumming. 2012. Effect size estimation and confidence intervals. Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition. John Wiley & Sons


G Cumming, F Fidler, P Kalinowski, J Lai. 2012. The statistical recommendations of the American Psychological Association Publication Manual: Effect sizes, confidence intervals, and meta‐analysis. Australian Journal of Psychology 64 (3), 138-146


DL Vaux, F Fidler, G Cumming. 2012. Replicates and repeats—what is the difference and is it significant?: A brief discussion of statistics and experimental design. EMBO reports 13 (4), 291-296


J Lai, F Fidler, G Cumming. 2012. Subjective p intervals. Methodology, 8, 51-62

A Schwab, E Abrahamson, WH Starbuck, F Fidler. 2011. Perspective—researchers should make thoughtful assessments instead of null-hypothesis significance tests. Organization Science 22 (4), 1105-1120

F Fidler. 2011. Ethics and statistical reform: lessons from medicine. The ethics of quantitative methodology: A handbook for researchers, 445-462

G Cumming, F Fidler. 2011. From hypothesis testing to parameter estimation: an example of evidence-based practice in statistics. Handbook of ethics in quantitative methodology, 293-312


M Coulson, M Healey, F Fidler, G Cumming. 2010. Confidence intervals permit, but don’t guarantee, better inference than statistical significance testing. Frontiers in psychology 1, 26

J Lai, P Kalinowski, F Fidler, G Cumming. 2010. Dichotomous thinking: A problem beyond NHST. Data and context in statistics education: Towards an evidence based society

P Kalinowski, F Fidler. 2010. Interpreting significance: the differences between statistical significance, effect size, and practical importance. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews 10 (1), 50-54

G Cumming, F Fidler. 2010. Effect sizes and confidence intervals. The reviewer’s guide to quantitative methods in the social sciences. New York: Routledge


F Fidler, GR Loftus. 2009. Why figures with error bars should replace p values: Some conceptual arguments and empirical demonstrations. Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 217 (1), 27-37

G Cumming, F Fidler. 2009. Confidence intervals: Better answers to better questions. Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 217 (1), 15-26

F Fidler. 2005. From Statistical Significance to Effect Estimation: Statistical Reform in Psychology, Medicine and Ecology. PhD thesis. (If you read this, remember that it is OLD. There’s much I wouldn’t endorse now.)
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