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What the replication reformation wrought

  • Barbara A. Spellman (a1) and Daniel Kahneman (a2)

Abstract

Replication failures were among the triggers of a reform movement which, in a very short time, has been enormously useful in raising standards and improving methods. As a result, the massive multilab multi-experiment replication projects have served their purpose and will die out. We describe other types of replications – both friendly and adversarial – that should continue to be beneficial.

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