Kamil Jezierski

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Over half of psychology studies fail reproducibility test Largest replication study to date casts doubt on many published positive results.

Failure to replicate experiments is just how science works.

"The failure to replicate is not a cause for alarm; in fact, it is a normal part of how science works," Lisa Feldman Barrett writes in The New York Times Opinion.

Largest replication study to date casts doubt on many published positive results.

Over half of psychology studies fail reproducibility test Largest replication study to date casts doubt on many published positive results.