The Alleged Crisis and the Illusion of Exact Replication

@article{Stroebe2014TheAC,
  title={The Alleged Crisis and the Illusion of Exact Replication},
  author={W. Stroebe and F. Strack},
  journal={Perspectives on Psychological Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={59 - 71}
}
There has been increasing criticism of the way psychologists conduct and analyze studies. These critiques as well as failures to replicate several high-profile studies have been used as justification to proclaim a “replication crisis” in psychology. Psychologists are encouraged to conduct more “exact” replications of published studies to assess the reproducibility of psychological research. This article argues that the alleged “crisis of replicability” is primarily due to an epistemological… Expand
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