Is once enough?: on the extent and content of replications in human-computer interaction

  title={Is once enough?: on the extent and content of replications in human-computer interaction},
  author={Kasper Hornb{\ae}k and S\oren S. Sander and Javier A. Bargas-Avila and Jakob Grue Simonsen},
A replication is an attempt to confirm an earlier study's findings. It is often claimed that research in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) contains too few replications. To investigate this claim we examined four publication outlets (891 papers) and found 3% attempting replication of an earlier result. The replications typically confirmed earlier findings, but treated replication as a confirm/not-confirm decision, rarely analyzing effect sizes or comparing in depth to the replicated paper. When… CONTINUE READING
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