But Not as Good as Psychologists?

The website FiveThirtyEight has a thoughtful post reflecting on the recent study in psychology in which 100 experimental studies were replicated . At least two points are worth highlighting.  First, despite the concern about p-hacking, it turns out that one of the best predictors of replicability in that study was p-level.  So while 5 percent may be too generous, there is valuable information in the p-value.  The second point is that psychology is confronting its replication demons straight on.  Economics?  Hmmm.  To read more, click here.

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