Using equivalence testing to better understand non-significant results R • Jun 21, 2019 I recently did a series of talks at the "Psychology and the Brain" conference in Germany. I managed to film one these talks, which was on how to better understand non-significant results, for a livestream. Here's the replay:LIVE PRESENTATION: Using equivalence testing to better understand non-significant results https://t.co/h56MfJTscs— Dan Quintana (@dsquintana) June 20, 2019 Here's a link to the slides that I used. Tags R reproducibility open science Subscribe to our newsletter Get the latest posts delivered right to your inbox. Your email address Subscribe Now check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription. Please enter a valid email address Oops! There was an error sending the email, please try later. Dan Quintana Senior Researcher in biological psychiatry at the University of Oslo investigating how the oxytocin system influences our thoughts, feelings, and physiology.