Original paper

What Should Researchers Expect When They Replicate Studies? A Statistical View of Replicability in Psychological Science

Volume: 11, Issue: 4, Pages: 539 - 544
Published: Jul 1, 2016
Abstract
A recent study of the replicability of key psychological findings is a major contribution toward understanding the human side of the scientific process. Despite the careful and nuanced analysis reported, the simple narrative disseminated by the mass, social, and scientific media was that in only 36% of the studies were the original results replicated. In the current study, however, we showed that 77% of the replication effect sizes reported were...
Paper Details
Title
What Should Researchers Expect When They Replicate Studies? A Statistical View of Replicability in Psychological Science
Published Date
Jul 1, 2016
Volume
11
Issue
4
Pages
539 - 544
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