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Resources to Enhance Scientific Rigor

SfN has partnered with NIH and leading neuroscientists who are experts in the field of scientific rigor to offer the series, Promoting Awareness and Knowledge to Enhance Scientific Rigor in Neuroscience as a part of NIH’s Training Modules to Enhance Data Reproducibility (TMEDR).

All original materials produced in this series are provided open access to the field and are supported by Grant Number R25DA041326 from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The contents of this series are solely the responsibility of the Society for Neuroscience and do not necessarily reflect the official views of NIDA.

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  1. The Need for Rigorous Science

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  2. Research Practices to Enhance Scientific Rigor

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  3. Statistical Applications in Neuroscience

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  4. Reproducibility of the Recipes of Science

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  5. Instilling Scientific Rigor in the Lab

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  6. Best Practices in Data Management and Reporting

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  7. Best Practices in Post-Experimental Data Analysis

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  8. Minimizing Bias in Experimental Design and Execution

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