replication

A huge audience of psychologists, students and researchers was drawn to the British Psychological Society debate in London about the reproducibility and...

The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than to produce it.
(Alberto Brandolini)

According to Frankfurt (2005), ‘liars’ and ‘bullshitters’ both falsely represent themselves as prioritising truth. They differ because liars...

The findings of last year’s Reproducibility Project, which aimed to replicate 100...

In our letter (November 2015), we urged the Society’s boards and senior committees to respond to the very serious problems of replicating psychological research that were revealed by...

We are writing following the publication of the Reproducibility Project (reported in The Psychologist, October 2015, p.794) to encourage the Society’s Boards and its...

‘Ever since Brian Nosek and his colleagues first set up the Reproducibility Project in 2011 many psychologists have been twitchy.’ So begins psychologist Professor Dorothy Bishop,...

A lively debate was held at London’s Senate House yesterday with panellists from neuroscience and psychology discussing the question: is science broken? If so, how can we...

Psychologist Dr Simone Schnall (University of Cambridge) has spoken about her own personal experience of the so-called ‘replication crisis’ within psychology at an event organised by the online debating forum Edge.  

Dr Schnall began her talk speaking about the...