Remember the times when you were a little child and your parents constantly reminded you to eat all your spinach, as it contains lots of iron and therefore good for your health? From generation to generation parents believed in the power of spinach until researchers discovered that there had been mistakes in their measurement – the comma was set on the wrong spot. How was it possible for researchers not to find out about this for such a long time? It is not very rare that results are incorrect. Ionnidis has created a formula helping to detect the probability of research results being incorrect. Do you want to know how? Check out today’s post at the Journal of European Psychology Students Bulletin.

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