On objectivity and subjectivity in statistical inference: A response to Mayo

Synthese 67 (2):369 - 379 (1986)
In this paper we respond to the article An Objective Theory of Statistical Testing by D. G. Mayo (1983). We argue that the theory of testing developed by Mayo, NPT*, is neither novel nor objective. We also respond to the claims made by Mayo against Bayesian theory.
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DOI 10.1007/BF00540077
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