Meta-Analysis Resources

Tools for Those Who Summarize the Evidence Base

Resources and networking for those who conduct or interpret meta-analyses related to any phenomenon that is gauged in multiple studies.

This piece by Jonah Lehrer in the New Yorker has gotten quite a lot of play in the last couple of months. (It's similar in thrust to the book Wrong that I reviewed a while ago.) How much do you buy that demonstrated effects seem to decay after being "established"? It would seem phenomena like these are exactly why meta-analyses should increasingly examine whether there are temporal trends in the phenomenon gauged over time...

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