In their book TEN GREAT IDEAS ABOUT CHANCE … a historical and philosophical tour of major insights in the development of probability theory, the mathematician Persi Diaconis and the [UCI] philosopher Brian Skyrms emphasize another possible cause of the so-called replication crisis: the tendency, even among “working scientists,” to equate probability with frequency.

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