In this blog I’ll cover diverse topics in meta-analytic methodology. It isn’t, however, intended as a one-stop resource. Whether you (plan to) produce or consume research syntheses, teach would-be meta-analysts, or follow this topic for other reasons, you’ll likely benefit from other sources of information and support. This is especially true if you’re interested in areas of the research synthesis landscape beyond the realm of meta-analytic techniques.
In this two-part post I’ll try to drive visitors away from this blog. 😮 Specifically, I’ll describe several (related) types of resources to consider: organizations and training here in Part 1, and methodological publications, software, and collaborators later in Part 2.
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