Scientists’ reputations are based on getting it right, not being right

Affiliated institutions: University of Virginia, Center For Open Science

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Description: This study investigates how individuals evaluate scientists based on the results they produce, their research practices, replications of their work, and how they respond to replication efforts.

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A manuscript about this project can be found here. A variable codebook for all studies can be found here. Overview This line of research investigates how individuals evaluate scientists based on events during the scientific process with a focus on the consequences that replication results may have for the reputations of the original researchers. This page explains the studies conducted in this li...

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