BBC Radio just produced an interesting and balanced program about the replication crisis, with a focus on psychology.
Interviewees include John Bargh, Susan Fiske, John Ioannidis, Brian Nosek, Stephen Reicher, Diederik Stapel and Simine Vazire. One of the highlights is hearing Diederik Stapel say, in his own voice, “I made up the data.”
And I like this closing from the narrator: ““Ironically, psychology may now be ahead of the other sciences in putting its house in order”.
The program is about 30 minutes long. To listen, click here.