14 June 2013Comments ( 7 )
The more researchers poke around, the more likely they are to find a significant effect — and the more likely that the effect they end up reporting is just a fluke. A new kind of journal article, the 'registered report,' may address this problem, says Jon Brock.
22 March 2013Comments ( 3 )
'Underconnectivity' is considered one of the best-supported theories for the neural basis of autism. But many questions remain unanswered, says Jon Brock.
5 March 2013Comments ( 7 )
Researchers must use better measures to show that experimental and control groups are well matched, says Jon Brock.