Can a Significance Test Be Genuinely Bayesian?

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



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