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Want to Be In on the Final Stage of the SCORE Project? A Call for Collaborators from COS

The SCORE project is entering its final phase of conducting reproductions (repeating the original analysis with original data) and replications (testing the same claim with new data) on a stratified random sample of claims from papers across the social-behavioral sciences….

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COS wants YOU to collaborate with them!

The Center for Open Science (COS), as part of Phase 2 of the SCORE project, is looking for researchers interested in collaborating on replication and reproduction projects. In a nutshell, COS has identified a number of articles across a wide variety…

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Letter in Nature Announces New Reproduction and Replication Journal

[Excerpt taken from “New journal for reproduction and replication results”, correspondence by Etienne Roesch and Nicolas Rougier published in Nature] “More incentive is needed to spur investigation into replication issues and null results (see Nature 578, 489–490; 2020). For example, experienced scientists…

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Your Definition of Replication is (Probably) Wrong

[From the preprint, “What is Replication?” by Brian Nosek and Tim Errington, posted at MetaArXiv Preprints] “According to common understanding, replication is repeating a study’s procedure and observing whether the prior finding recurs…This definition of replication is intuitive, easy to…

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Replication Crisis? What Replication Crisis?

[Excerpts taken from the article “No Crisis but No Time for Complacency” by Wendy Wood and Timothy Wilson, published in Observer Magazine] “The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine recently published a report titled Reproducibility and Replicability in Science….

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