Dear forum members! A few years ago Guillaume Rousselet posted results of his helpful study titled "Small n correlations cannot be trusted" here: https://garstats.wordpress.com/2018/06/01/smallncorr/. It clearly shows the effect of small sample size on reproducibility of correlation data. From my own analysis, I have noticed that correlation coefficient r with sample size as small as 3 can give very high r (e.g. r=0.999), which appears to be significantly different from zero (p-value = 0.014). I wonder if anyone can share her/his opinion as to whether results of the significance tests for r with small sample size should be distrusted too? Thank you.