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Questionable Research Practices Surprisingly Common

Not all scientific misconduct is flat-out fraud. Much falls into the murkier realm of “questionable research practices.” A new study finds that in one field, psychology, these practices are surprisingly common. The survey of more than 2,000 research psychologists, published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, finds that most have engaged in at least one of the questionable practices at some point in their career. ... More>

Replication studies: Bad copy

Psychology and Its Discontents

Is Psychology About to Come Undone?

Methodological Innovation: Science’s Unsung Hero

What’s more important to the progress of psychological science: theory or method? Both—and the synergy between the two, says University of Washington psychologist, Anthony G. Greenwald. ... More>