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Thread: :: Why most published research findings are false.
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For further interest, an in relation to the more recent PIClist thread
regarding mobile phones and cancer, please see also
http://www.powerwatch.org.uk/science/bias.asp

Matt

Apptech wrote:
> The claim that 'most published research findings are false',
> while demonstrably true, is so utterly contrary to intuition
> and to what we think we know about research methods,
> statistical analysis and more as to be rejected out of hand
> by many.
>  
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