The replication crisis lowers the public’s trust in psychology — but can that trust be built back up?

Thursday, 31. October 2019
Blog Research Digest (British Psychological Society)

"Often when we discuss the replication crisis in psychology, the main focus is on what it means for the research community — how do research practices need to change, for instance, or which sub-disciplines are most affected? These are all important questions, of course. But there’s another that perhaps receives less attention: what do the general public think about the field of psychology when they hear that supposedly key findings are not reproducible? (...)"

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