“Three unblinded mice” from Andrew Gelman’s blog

“Three unblinded mice” from Andrew Gelman’s blog

I really like the phrase “pre-scientific intuitions”. Also this: “OK, sure, sure, everybody knows about statistics and p-values and all that, but my impression is that researchers see these methods as a way to prove that an effect is real. That is, statistics is seen, not as a way to model variation, but as a way to remove uncertainty.”