Bias in the Social Sciences
have analyzed the effects of arbitrary statistical significance
thresholds on publication bias in political science and sociology. I have also investigatied publication bias in social
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Graham, Matthew, Gregory Huber, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo.
In press. ``Irrelevant Events and Voting Behavior: Replications Using
Principles from Open Science." Journal of Politics.
Annie, Neil Malhotra, and Gabor Simonovits. 2016.
"Underreporting in Psychology Experiments: Evidence from a Study
Registry." Social Psychological and Personality Science. 7(1): 8-12.
Nosek, Brian A., et al. 2015. "Promoting an Open Research Culture." Science. 348(6242): 1422-1425.
Annie, Neil Malhotra, and Gabor Simonovits. 2015. "Underreporting in
Political Science Survey Experiments: Comparing Questionnaires to
Published Results." Political Analysis. 23(2): 306-312.
Franco, Annie, Neil Malhotra, and Gabor Simonovits. 2014. "Publication Bias in the Social Sciences: Unlocking the File Drawer." Science. 345(6203): 1502-1505.
Gerber, Alan S., Neil Malhotra, Conor M.
Dowling, and David Doherty. 2010.
“Publication Bias in Two Political Behavior Literatures." American Politics Research. 38(4):
Gerber, Alan, and Neil Malhotra. 2008. “Do
Statistical Reporting Standards
Affect What Is Published? Publication Bias in Two Leading Political
Quarterly Journal of Political
Gerber, Alan S., and Neil Malhotra. 2008.
“Publication Incentives and
Empirical Research: Do Reporting Standards Distort the Published
Sociological Methods and Research.