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Posts tagged with 'replication'

Next Steps for the SCORE Project: Spurring Efforts for Assessing Research Credibility
Assessing the credibility of research claims is a central and continuous part of the scientific process. However, current assessment strategies often require substantial time and...
Tags: Replication, Research, Community, Open Science, SCORE
Encouraging Open Science Practices in Influenza Research
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global influenza epidemics are estimated to result in about 3 to 5 million cases of severe illness and upwards of 650,000...
Tags: Replication, Research, Community, Open Science
Many Labs 4: Failure to Replicate Mortality Salience Effect With and Without Original Author Involvement
  Authors: Richard Klein, Tilburg University; Christine Vitiello, University of Florida; Kate A. Ratliff, University of Florida We present results from Many Labs 4, which was...
Tags: Mortality Salience, Many Labs, Terror Management Theory, Replication, Many Labs 4, Psychology
A Critique of the Many Labs Projects
From left to right: Rick Klein (leader of Many Labs 1, 2, and 4), Charlie Ebersole (leader of Many Labs 3 and 5), and Olivia Atherton (leader of Many Labs 3).  The Many Labs...
Tags: Many Labs, Replication, crowdsourcing
Some Examples of Publishing the Research That Actually Happened
A discussion about a grad student’s dilemma on The Black Goat “It’s So Complicated” podcast caught my attention last week (June 28, 2017).  The student wrote about a situation in...
Tags: Replication, publishing, Reproducibility, Research
Replicating a challenging study: it's all about sharing the details.
Working on the replication attempt of The common feature of leukemia-associated IDH1 and IDH2 mutations is a neomorphic enzyme activity converting alpha-ketoglutarate to...
Tags: Replication, Reproducibility, Research, Repository, Cancer