There seems to considerable debate regarding the output of psychological research lacking
a) appropriate, rigourous statistical treatment of data b) replicability
As a second year undergrad psych student, it's one of my biggest fears that my future research might be marred by my lack of knowledge in the above two.
What I am asking for in this post:
I would like reading suggestions in the form of journals, blogs, textbooks or even specific paper/articles that may lead me to other resources. My aim is to develop a sound background in stats/methodology to avoid making embarrassing errors. I feel like it's important to mention my current mathematical level so that suggestions may be easier to make: I'm comfortable with univariate calculus and basics of differential equations, introductory probability theory and high school (done in South Asia) algebra and geometry.
I have read this post on psychology.stackexchange regarding replicability and found it to be helpful.
Please let me know if I must edit this post in order to receive fruitful answers.