36 Matching Annotations
  1. Dec 2022
  2. psyarxiv.com psyarxiv.com
    1. , Rucker, & Richeson

      et al. (APA 6th edition standard)

    2. Dunham & Olson, 2016;

      Citation out of alphabetical order

  3. Oct 2021
  4. Jun 2021
    1. The caption of Figure 1 (starting with the words "Variable Importance") seems to be truncated.

    2. living situation

      Should this say "geographical location"?

    3. If one factor suffices, then we will conduct

      I presume this sentence is extracted from a previous analysis plan, in which case it should be either updated to the past tense, or removed.

    4. P


    5. To account for

      I'm not sure what the see two distinct reasons are here. Please signal them with "First," and "Second,"

    6. an

      an effect size of

    7. And

      Please don't start paragraphs with "And"

    8. well


    9. how many

      the volume of

  5. May 2021
  6. Jun 2020
    1. I will stick to continuous predictors

      ... because? Something derived from the phrase "without loss of generality" may be your friend here.

    2. I find them a distraction as I will argue that

      This sentence is a bit "run-on". One solution is "... I find them a distraction; in the rest of this article I argue that collinearity is not...". But there are plenty of others.

    3. all points

      Suggest: "all of my points" or "all of these points"

  7. May 2020
  8. Apr 2020
    1. Registered Reports

      "Registered Reports" has a specific meaning ("preregistration +++"). It might be best to avoid this term unless you are explicitly looking at the particular way in which RRs are not just preregistration.

    2. General

      You only need "General" when there have been previous (per-study) "Discussion" sections.

    3. opposite

      Is this "the opposite", or a different point?

    4. null

      Can one "find a null effect"? Maybe "demonstrate the absence of an effect"?

    5. literature

      This sentence is not clear at all.

  9. Dec 2019
    1. Reviewers’ Decision to Sign Reviews is Related to TheirRecommendationNino van Sambeek1& Daniël Lakens1

      This manuscript has been sent out for peer review. The submission history can be accessed here.


      Please contribute with open peer review directly on this preprint.

  10. Nov 2019
    1. he Mount Everes

      Just "Mount Everest", without "the", is the accepted usage in English.

    2. owever, these methods werenot applicable in the studies we presented, because they require ordinal scalemeasure

      Not at all. All of these methods work just fine with interval and ratio data, provided that certain constraints are respected.

  11. Aug 2018