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

Date: 
Thursday, 31. October 2019
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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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