We all know that there is an abundance of poorly created studies and the media sensationalizes and cherry picks certain elements of these studies. I am looking to better arm myself against such problems. Currently I'm working on the Khan Academy statistic course to give myself a better simple understanding of stat-terms and how to produce a good report. What I am looking for here is good books, sites, or available courses to help me through this process. Help me understand peer-reviewed research vs. non-peer reviewed, help me see through the advertisement and be able to identify a good study vs. a poorly done one. Kind of an odd request, but I figure it was worth a shot to see what people had available.