Type III and Type IV Errors: Statistical Decision-Making

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Identifying Type III and IV Errors to Improve Science • Behavioral science has become good at identifying factors related to Type I and II errors • Zeitgeist in psychology is to avoid false positives and increase visibility of true negatives • Type III and IV errors will help behavioral science create as stronger theory-method-statistics connection

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