A few years back, a paper in Science caught the eye of one of my students, Clinton Sanchez.  Clinton brought me the paper in a state of excitement–it showed 4 different experiments in which very subtle nudges meant to foster …

Another disappointing replication result, but with as happy an ending as can be… Read more »

One of the most exciting developments in Open Science is the crowd-sourcing of large-scale replication projects of important findings.  These large-scale efforts gather enough data to make very precise estimates of effect size, and can also examine if factors across …

New Registered Replication Project on the facial-feedback hypothesis Read more »

‘The Conversation’ is a non-profit online publication with the tag line ‘academic rigour, journalistic flair’. Starting in Australia a few years back and, at first, largely funded by universities, it is spreading worldwide, with editions in a number of countries, and recently …

Are you hearing ‘The Conversation’? This time on p hacking. Read more »