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Report Demonstrates Need for Improved Reproducibility in Psychological Science

A new report highlights the results of a project in which over 270 researchers attempted to reproduce 100 findings published in psychology journals in 2008. ... More>

Observer Article

The Quest For Replicability

Replication failures result just as readily from sampling variability and measurement noise as they do from sloppiness or questionable research practices, asserts APS Treasurer Roberta L. Klatzky. Klatzky, along with Zoltan Dienes, Sean Mackinnon, and Simine Vazire, gives advice for assuring reliable, reproducible findings. ... More>

The first imperative: Science that isn’t transparent isn’t science

Journal Science Releases Guidelines for Publishing Scientific Studies

APS Commits to Promoting Transparent Science

APS, along with many other scientific journals and organizations, has voiced its support of using publication guidelines to promote open science practices. ... More>