Nice to know and read: growth mindset, MI and non-significant

Over the past few days, I’ve read some interesting stuff online that I think could be of interest to you.

The decline effect is the idea that scientific findings get smaller over time. That is, initial findings tend to report effect sizes that then crumble away—sometimes to nothing—with subsequent research. You can see how this presages the replication crisis, which is all about later scientists being unable to find the same, or the same-sized, findings as earlier ones.

  • Talking about Jeroen, yesterday the journal he co-edits announced something big:

To understand why this is such a good thing, check the first chapter of our latest book for free, also check this paper I co-authored with David Daniel.

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