Solving the Replication Crisis: Audits Would Help

[From the article “Randomly auditing research labs could be an affordable way to improve research quality: A simulation study” by Adrian Barnett, Pauline Zardo, and Nicholas Graves, published at PLoS One] “The “publish or perish” incentive drives many researchers to increase the…

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HARKing is Bad, But Which Kind of HARKing is Worse?

[From the article “HARKing: How Badly Can Cherry-Picking and Question Trolling Produce Bias in Published Results?” by Kevin Murphy and Herman Aguinis, published in the Journal of Business and Psychology.]  “The practice of hypothesizing after results are known (HARKing) has…

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