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Sample size evolution in neuroimaging research: an evaluation of highly-cited studies (1990-2012) and of latest practices (2017-2018) in high-impact journals

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Dr Denes Szucs introduces his recent research on sample sizes in neuroimaging research. In light of science’s reproducibility issues, have sample sizes and reporting standards changed in highly cited structural and functional (fMRI) magnetic resonance brain imaging papers, and how might this change in the future?

https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/809715v1

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