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New meta-regression methods are introduced that identify whether the magnitude of heterogeneity across study findings is correlated with their standard errors. Evidence from dozens of meta-analyses finds robust evidence of this correlation and that small-sample studies typically have higher...
Scholars and institutions commonly use impact factors to evaluate the quality of empirical research. However, a number of findings published in journals with high impact factors have failed to replicate, suggesting that impact alone may not be an accurate indicator of quality. Fraley and Vazire...
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