Contextual sensitivity in scientific reproducibility

Affiliated institutions: New York University

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Description: Contextual sensitivity in Reproducibility Project: Psychology


Contextual sensitivity in scientific reproducibility Jay J. Van Bavel, Peter Mende-Siedlecki, William J. Brady, Diego A. Reinero Abstract: In recent years, scientists have paid increasing attention to reproducibility. For instance, a large-scale replication attempt of 100 studies published in top psychology journals found that only 39% could be unambiguously reproduced. There is a growing consensu...


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