Failure and Flourishing. Part 3 of 3 With David Myers
In the final discussion with social psychologist David Myers, APS’s Ludmila Nunes talks with him about the third section of his book, in which he applies his psychological insights to the larger world around us.
Methods: A Little Help to “Self-Correction”—Enhancing Science After Replications
Researchers examine how replication affects the influence of original scientific research and discuss how to increase efforts to advance scientific progress in psychological science.
New Content From Perspectives on Psychological Science
A sample of articles on behavior genetics, methods beyond experimentation, women and sex, clinical research, kinds of replication, ideology, COVID-19 as an opportunity to reimagine psychological science, and the measurement of consciousness.
New Content From Current Directions in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on brain and learning, handedness in primates, cognitive modeling and large-scale digital data, language, blame, credibility in psychological science, musical synchrony, innovations in clinical science and assessment.
Careers Up Close: Jolynn Pek on Quantifying Uncertainty
Pek analyzes sources of uncertainty in statistical results and develops new approaches to practicing replicable psychological science.
On the Right Side of Being Wrong: the Emerging Culture of Research Transparency
Spurred by the so-called replication crisis, researchers are embracing a new culture of transparency.