Bio

Jelte Wicherts (1976) is full professor in methodology and chair of the Department of Methodology and Statistics at the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. He studies scientific practices and methods to identify their weak spots in order to strengthen science. He is predominantly a meta-researcher and is interested in a wide range of topics related to individual differences in intelligence, group differences in IQ, errors with statistics, reproducibility, publication bias, p-hacking, transparency, and psychological measurement. 

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Recent publications

  1. A systematic review comparing two popular methods to assess a Type D …

    Lodder, P., Kupper, N., Antens, M., & Wicherts, J. M. (2021). A systematic review comparing two popular methods to assess a Type D personality effect. General Hospital Psychiatry: Psychiatry, Medicine and Primary Care, 71, 62-75.
  2. Latent logistic interaction modeling: - A simulation and empirical il…

    Lodder, P., Emons, W. H. M., Denollet, J., & Wicherts, J. M. (2021). Latent logistic interaction modeling: A simulation and empirical illustration of Type D personality. Structural Equation Modeling, 28(3), 440-462.
  3. Type D personality as a risk factor for adverse outcome in patients w…

    Lodder, P., Kupper, N., & Wicherts, J. (2021). Type D personality as a risk factor for adverse outcome in patients with cardiovascular disease: An individual patient data meta-analysis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 145, [110455].
  4. Fast forward science - risks and benefits in the rapid science of COV…

    Wicherts, J. (2021). Fast forward science: risks and benefits in the rapid science of COVID-19. In E. Aarts, H. Fleuren, M. Sitskoorn, & T. Wilthagen (Eds.), The new common: How the COVID-19 pandemic is transforming society (pp. 217-222). Springer.
  5. How misconduct helped psychological science to thrive - Grass-roots a…

    Wicherts, J. (2021). How misconduct helped psychological science to thrive: Grass-roots action against bad behaviour has spurred reform — and should keep going. Nature, 597, [153].

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