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The importance of exact conceptual replications

  • Richard E. Petty (a1)

Abstract

Although Zwaan et al. argue that original researchers should provide a replication recipe that provides great specificity about the operational details of one's study, I argue that it may be as important to provide a recipe that allows replicators to conduct a study that matches the original in as many conceptual details as possible (i.e., an exact conceptual replication).

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Hovland, C. I. & Weiss, W. (1951) The influence of source credibility on communication effectiveness. Public Opinion Quarterly 15:635–50.
Petty, R. E. (2015) The replication crisis: Social psychology versus other sciences. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Denver, CO.

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