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  • I 100% agree. But I also agree with the OP...

    I 100% agree.

    But I also agree with the OP that men should have the right to choose to be a scumbag if women get full control over keeping or not keeping a fetus.
  • ITT: people who liked Breaking Bad for all the...

    ITT: people who liked Breaking Bad for all the wrong reasons.
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    Right, but do you condemn the people who are not...

    Right, but do you condemn the people who are not condemning the people who fail to condemn the people that are, in fact, condemning the chant? Because that's what really matters here.
  • I love these IQ threads where everyone talks...

    I love these IQ threads where everyone talks about IQ but can't name a single IQ test. I think most people believe IQ tests are the ones you take online, which are nonsense, rather than the ones that...
  • He did mention PhD in his original post, though....

    He did mention PhD in his original post, though. I assume that's what he's been focusing on in terms of graduate school.
  • You're looking at all graduate degrees. We're...

    You're looking at all graduate degrees. We're talking PhDs specifically. That pdf explicitly states they are excluding PhDs in the numbers they report.
  • Especially if you're trying to get to a R1...

    Especially if you're trying to get to a R1 university to do grant-funded research. It's absurdly competitive.
  • That's not exactly true. The statistical and...

    That's not exactly true. The statistical and research training that someone getting a PhD in physics vs. a PhD in psychology undergoes will differ quite a bit. I'd be surprised if you could find...
  • Depends on the field of study. It's not hard to...

    Depends on the field of study. It's not hard to find work in the private sector for certain social science/STEM areas.
  • You'll never get significance in a single person....

    You'll never get significance in a single person. Statistics relies on variability.

    Within subject effect sizes (Cohen's d) can range between 1 to 3, and between subject effect sizes between 0.5...
  • Again, not necessarily. That gives you more...

    Again, not necessarily. That gives you more information specific to a certain problem, but my definition is still globally relevant.

    If I say cancer is malignant cell proliferation, we don't need...
  • Yes you can. It's the extent to which you'd view...

    Yes you can. It's the extent to which you'd view your data as very improbable/unlikely when you assume the null. Your p value just tells you HOW improbable. But you can still define the concept.
  • But there's still a definition of statistical...

    But there's still a definition of statistical significance.

    If you assume the null, then the probability of your data is very low (determined by obtained p value). That's it. You assume no...
  • Asked a different way: You found a difference...

    Asked a different way:

    You found a difference between a treatment group and placebo group with p <. 001. What does that mean?

    Honestly I don't care whether you know this and you don't have to...
  • Not a psychologist. Already said my research is...

    Not a psychologist. Already said my research is neuroimmunology. I just use behavioral principles like classical conditioning and extinction.

    Bro if you honestly don't see how saying "p < alpha"...
  • Embarrassing bro. Lying about grad school, can't...

    Embarrassing bro. Lying about grad school, can't define stats 101 concepts, doesn't know the difference between a criterion and a definition...
  • Yes, the result is statistically significant,...

    Yes, the result is statistically significant, WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?

    "You are pregnant, by the standards of a pregnancy test, when the stick turns blue"

    Does that define what pregnancy is? Oh, it...
  • Dude there's no way you went to grad school for...

    Dude there's no way you went to grad school for anything but gender studies.

    Your alpha level is not the definition of statistical significance, dumb dumb. You're confusing a definition for your...
  • If someone said "what is statistical...

    If someone said "what is statistical significance" and you said "p < .001" then you'd be wrong. That's your obtained p-value; that's not the definition of statistical significance. And your set alpha...
  • Oh you can question psychology in many respects,...

    Oh you can question psychology in many respects, I'm a huge curmudgeon about psychology, but its position as a science is not really disputed if you believe science to be objective observation, which...
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