By the request of the authors, the following research article will be retracted from the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience:

Cravo, A. M., Santos, K. M., Reyes, M. B., Caetano, M. S., & Claessens, P. M. E. (2015). “Visual causality judgments correlate with the phase of alpha oscillations” published in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27(10), 1887–1894.

While attempting to replicate and extend the original work, the authors discovered that the methods used to measure the modulation of behavioral responses by alpha phase introduced a bias in the findings. Specifically, how the bootstrap was performed, although correctly described in the methods, did not accurately control for Type-1 errors. When using other methods, they found that the main results, such as those presented in Figures 3 and 4, were no longer significant. Given that these were the critical findings of the study, the authors requested the paper to be retracted.