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![Replication effect size in function of original effect size for 34 studies. The gray line indicates results that should be expected if original and replication effect sizes were identical. Dots above the line indicate studies for which the replication effect size was greater than the original effect size, while dots below indicate studies for which the original effect size is greater than the replication effect size. Blue dots indicate successful replications while red dots indicate unsuccessful replications (according to Replication Teams’ assessment).][1] [1]:
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