The Replication Recipe: What Makes for a Convincing Replication?

  title={The Replication Recipe: What Makes for a Convincing Replication?},
  author={Mark Brandt and H. Ijzerman and A. Dijksterhuis and Frank J. Farach and J. Geller and R. Giner-Sorolla and J. Grange and M. Perugini and J. Spies and A. V. '. Veer},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Social Psychology},
  • Mark Brandt, H. Ijzerman, +7 authors A. V. '. Veer
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
  • Psychological scientists have recently started to reconsider the importance of close replications in building a cumulative knowledge base; however, there is no consensus about what constitutes a convincing close replication study. To facilitate convincing close replication attempts we have developed a Replication Recipe, outlining standard criteria for a convincing close replication. Our Replication Recipe can be used by researchers, teachers, and students to conduct meaningful replication… CONTINUE READING

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