This is probably a minority interest. This isn't about ME/CFS specifically. Nor am I posting it because mindfulness is mentioned. Dr Coyne is an influential psychologist who is not afraid to criticise practices in psychology he is not happy with. Here he talks about a psychology journal who doesn't like to publish null findings (he gives an example of a colleague to whom this happened). He then gives an example of one study which had null findings by the main outcome measures, but how the investigators data mined/trawled and found something they then started talking about. I found it interesting to see the wording of the spin used.