The Null Hypothesis

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Most scientific journals are prejudiced against papers that demonstrate support for null hypotheses and are unlikely to publish such papers and articles. This phenomenon leads to selective publishing of papersĀ and ensures that the portion of articles that do get published is unrepresentative of the total research in the field.


Journals and Blogs


Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis

Journal of Negative Results, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Journal of Negative Results, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Journal of Negative Results in BioMedicine

Positively Negative: A New PLOS ONE Collection focusing on Negative, Null and Inconclusive Results

F1000Research

PeerJ

Journal of Interesting Negative Results in Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning

The All Results Journals

Journal of Contradicting Results in Science

Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results


BPS invites readers to send (to krosnick@stanford.edu) relevant papers and links to add to this website.