Psychology’s replication crisis sparks new debate

Analyses of major reproducibility review reach conflicting conclusions

psychologists conducting a study

DO OVER  Recent evidence that findings from many published psychology studies don’t stand up to further scrutiny may have greatly underestimated the reproducibility of those studies, researchers say. But the extent to which psychology reports can be replicated remains controversial.

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