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An argument for how (and why) to incentivise replication

  • Piers D. L. Howe (a1) and Amy Perfors (a1)

Abstract

Although Zwaan et al. (2018) have made a compelling case as to why direct replications should occur more frequently than they do, they do not address how such replications attempts can best be encouraged. We propose a novel method for incentivising replication attempts and discuss some issues surrounding its implementation.

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