Replicability Report No. 1: Is Ego-Depletion a Replicable Effect?

Abstract It has been a common practice in social psychology to publish only significant results.  As a result, success rates in the published literature do not provide empirical evidence for the existence of a phenomenon.  A recent meta-analysis suggested that ego-depletion is a much weaker effect than the published literature suggests and a registered replication … Continue reading Replicability Report No. 1: Is Ego-Depletion a Replicable Effect?