Statistical and Methodological Considerations for Research on Expertise: Remedies from Open Science and the Reproducibility Crisis
Samuel T. McAbee
Researchers who study expertise are faced with a number of statistical and methodological challenges, including small sample sizes, range restriction, and concerns surrounding research design. Recent trends in psychological science point to the need for increased transparency and a greater emphasis on the reproducibility of research findings. In this article, I discuss lessons that expertise researchers can draw from the greater open science community and the reproducibility crisis to combat challenges inherent to the study of expertise.