25. Combining Data Resources to Elucidate Subtle Details of Brain Development

      The neuroimaging literature is replete with statistically significant, but minimally differentiating imaging results; these findings include ‘approximate replications’ reported in ways that neither confirms nor refutes any of them. The prevalence of underpowered studies and positive-finding publication bias combine to exacerbate this problem.
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