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Hello, I am submitting an APS 2014 talk for publication on the OSF. Message body (talk abstract): The Reproducibility Project examines the rate and predictors of replication in psychological science. It is easy to define “successful replication” as rejecting the null hypothesis (p<.05). It is even easier to believe that this definition of replication is valid. In reality, understanding replicability is more nuanced.
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