Tag: Jayati Sinha

  • A follow up post about the recent JMR retraction

    A follow up post about the recent JMR retraction

    I found it interesting that the investigative team did a last digit analysis because I did not include any last digit analysis in my complaint. The idea of the last digit analysis is that a set of last digits from a group of related numbers should in most cases be randomly uniformly distributed from 0…

  • Another Jayati Sinha paper with impossible means

    Another Jayati Sinha paper with impossible means

    My opinion: The effects don’t pass the smell test Sinha and Wang (2013) claim there is a type of loneliness x time horizon crossover interaction effect on impulsive behavior. Any time you see a bunch of massive crossover effects it’s interesting. This is really the holy grail of marketing. The best way to get this kind…

  • About that metaphor priming paper…

    About that metaphor priming paper…

    I recently reported this paper for impossible means [link]. A few notes about the process and paper: I was very pleased with how Patricia Bauer, the editor of Psych Science handled everything. She was super appreciative and kind. And Greg Francis did an excellent job on the analysis and writeup I thought. I have zero…

  • RETRACTED ARTICLE: Why money meanings matter in decisions to donate time and money

    RETRACTED ARTICLE: Why money meanings matter in decisions to donate time and money

     This 2013 Marketing Letters paper was retracted in 2016. This article has been retracted at the suggestion of journal Editors-in-Chief, Peter N. Golder and Joel H. Steckel. The article’s authors unanimously requested retraction of Study 3 based on unexplained anomalies in the data and coding errors. As a result, the editors deem it appropriate to…