Bayesian Analysis 3 (1):79-100 (2008)

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Julio Michael Stern
University of São Paulo
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The Full Bayesian Significance Test, FBST, is extensively reviewed. Its test statistic, a genuine Bayesian measure of evidence, is discussed in detail. Its behavior in some problems of statistical inference like testing for independence in contingency tables is discussed.
Keywords Bayes tests, Sharp hypotheses, Significance tests.
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