Psychology results evaporate upon further review

Surprising reports, findings with marginal statistical significance least likely to be reproduced, study concludes

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VANISHING EFFECTS  An international project finds that statistically significant findings reported in papers published in three major psychology journals often disappear when independent teams redo the original studies.

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