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Replication crisis in Psychology

Posted on June 11, 2014 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (192)
"Psychology is evolving faster than ever. For decades now, many areas in psychology have relied on what academics call “questionable research practices” – a comfortable euphemism for types of malpractice that distort science but which fall short of the blackest of frauds, fabricating data.
But now a new generation of psychologists is fed up with this game. Questionable research practices aren’t just being seen as questionable – they are being increasingly recognised for what they are: soft fraud." 

(Extract from Chris Chambers' blog post "Physics envy: Do hard sciences hold the solution to replication crisis in Psychology?"