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Uri Simonsohn

Uri Simonsohn is associate professor, OPIM- The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Judgment and Decision Making researcher working at the intersection of psychology and economics. Over the last 5 years Uri has also been working on methodological issues generally related to selective reporting in social science, including (1) disclosure requirements for lab experiments, (2) p-curve, a tool that assesses if a set of statistically significant results have evidential value, (3) using p-curve to estimate the statistical power of a set of studies, (4) evaluating replication results, (4) detection and prevention of scientific fraud, (5) the reporting of alternative specifications for econometric analyses, and (6) simplified pre-registrations. Uri co-hosts the blog