Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 107): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 107): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 118): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 118): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 52): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 52): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 111): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 111): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 136): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 136): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 124): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 124): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 61): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 61): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 165): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 165): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 151): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review

Introduction In 2015, Science published the results of the first empirical attempt to estimate the reproducibility of psychology.   One key finding was that out of 97 attempts to reproduce a significant result, only 36% of attempts succeeded. This finding fueled debates about a replication crisis in psychology.  However, there have been few detailed examinations of individual … Continue reading Estimating Reproducibility of Psychology (No. 151): An Open Post-Publication Peer-Review