IJP Special Issue Call for Papers – Tutorials on Quantitative Methods

More and more researchers in psychology and related disciplines are eager to learn how to get the best from their data. Although tutorials on statistical analyses are routinely published by specialised journals, they often assume an advanced statistical background and/or rely on abstract examples that may prevent applied researchers from fully engaging with those techniques. As a result, methodological barriers grow among researchers who do not have a strong quantitative background, which, ultimately, may lead them to use suboptimal statistical techniques.

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