The iNERF is an index comprising short descriptions of experiments or replications that did not meet the traditional level of significance. All fields of psychology are encouraged to post their null findings. The purpose of the iNERF is to provide researchers with an opportunity to disseminate information about their null studies without having to take up precious time writing up a full manuscript. This is an online collection so you can quickly and easily see what others in your field have tried. The iNERF is separate from JASNH the journal, which contains full articles and is peer reviewed. Be aware that the studies found in the iNERF are not peer reviewed, may be missing crucial details, and are not necessarily convincing in providing support for a null effect.

 

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JASNH is peer reviewed, full article journal.

iNERF is an index containing short summaries describing null experiments. iNerf is not peer reviewed.

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