A Review of Applications of the Bayes Factor in Psychological Research

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Description: This repository provides examples of how to apply the Bayes factor for quantifying the evidence for competing psychological theories or hypotheses. Each example includes a short vignette explaining the research question, models, priors, and results of an example application and provides R code or a JASP file to replicate the analysis.

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Structure of the folders Each folder contains a subfolder "Materials Section Main Paper" with R code or a JASP file for the analyses in the main paper. Moreover, the following topics are covered: Null Hypotheses Optional Stopping (Schönbrodt) Sample Size Determination (Fu) Interval Hypotheses Financial Statement Audits (Derks) Interval Hypotheses (Palfi & Dienes) Informative Hypotheses A...

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