Monthly Archives: May 2014

An apology and proposal

Brent W. Roberts My tweet, “Failure to replicate hurting your career? What about PhDs with no career because they were honest” was taken by some as a personal attack on Dr. Schnall.  It was not and I apologize to Dr. … Continue reading

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Additional Reflections on Ceiling Effects in Recent Replication Research

By R. Chris Fraley In her commentary on the Johnson, Cheung, and Donnellan (2014) replication attempt, Schnall (2014) writes that the analyses reported in the Johnson et al. (2014) paper “are invalid and allow no conclusions about the reproducibility of … Continue reading

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