Nothing to see here, move along.
It sure looks that way. Many of the failures come from that specific area.
They denied away ANY replicable failure for years.
This isn’t something I’m making up but it hasn’t hit mainstream because suppression. It’s commonly known within academic circles.
Here’s an entire paper on it. I don’t think they covered their arses quite enough?
Over the last few years, psychology researchers have become increasingly preoccupied with the question of whether findings from psychological studies are generally replicable.
forced to pretend you care
The debates have originated from some unfortunate events of scientific misconduct
mistakes were made
in the field, and they have reached a climax with the recent discovery of a relatively weak rate of replicability of published literature,
lots of lies without liars
leading to the so-called replicability crisis in psychology.
so-called problem in a science funded by the taxpayer
The present paper is…
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