||star-anise:Here's a fun thing relevant to that replication crisis we talked about this week!...
||Here‚Äôs a fun thing relevant to that replication crisis we talked about this week! (TW: The research discussed here is all about food and diet) [This week‚Äôs episode of the Maintenance Phase podcast covered Dr Brian Wansink,] who was a massively influential researcher in consumer psychology and food‚Ä¶ until bragging about exploiting his grad students and postdocs on his blog brought his entire empire crumbling down. I ...
||sixth-light: The other thing about the replication crisis is that it's actually composed of...
||The other thing about [the replication crisis] is that it‚Äôs actually composed of multiple and sometimes overlapping factors: - Researchers and/or reviewers doing sloppy work because they‚Äôre overworked/stressed/rushing to get publications out - Wishful thinking/prior bias/‚Äôbut I know this is true‚Äô - Poor study design - Actual straight-up cold-blooded fraud (relatively rare) - Real natural variation/statistical probability which means small studies (and sometimes large ...
||sixth-light:star-anise:Here's a fun thing relevant to that replication crisis we talked about...
||Here's a fun thing relevant to that replication crisis we talked about this week! (TW: The research discussed here is all about food and diet) This week's episode of the Maintenance Phase podcast covered Dr Brian Wansink, who was a massively influential researcher in consumer psychology and food... until bragging about exploiting his grad students and postdocs on his blog brought his entire empire crumbling down. I know I'm weird ...
||Replication crisis - Wikipedia
||typhlonectes : The replication crisis (also called the replicability crisis and the reproducibility crisis) ‚Ä¶ is an ongoing [methodological] crisis in which it has been found that many scientific studies are difficult or impossible to [replicate or reproduce] . The replication crisis most severely affects the [social sciences] and [medicine] , while survey data strongly indicates that all of the [natural sciences] are probably implicated as well. The phrase was coined in the ...
||star-anise:azurebluetori:star-anise:The first few semesters of a Bachelor's in Psychology are...
||... okay?!" That feels like the era of history computer science is currently going through. No ethics guidelines! No review boards! Just violate people's privacy and automate society's biases. YOLO. And now Psychology has a replication crisis . I wonder if those two things are somehow related... Uh... they aren't, really? And the implication that research ethics have made psychology a weaker field is kinda wild? Ethics guidelines have been a thing ...
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||What is preventing the Red Pill from going mainstream?
||... up man‚Äù, and female initiated divorce. 19:41 A critique of key Red Pill ideas: Do Red Pill theories about hypergamy and/or ovulatory cycle predict female infidelity and divorce? 32:48 The problem of Replication Crisis 35:00 Implicit Cognition Theory cannot predict behavior, but it fits a narrative. My Commentary on Smith‚Äôs video Shawn Smith does a great job of tracing the history of hypergamy through the Indian caste ...
||The Alice Neel exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
||The Alice Neel exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Posted by Andrew on 5 July 2021, 9:47 amThis exhibit closes at the end of the month so I can‚Äôt put this one on the usual 6-month delay. (Sorry, ‚ÄúIs There a Replication Crisis in Finance?‚Äù, originally written in February‚Äîyou‚Äôll have to wait till the end of the year to be seen by the ...
||Research that is less likely to be true is cited more
||Research that is less likely to be true is cited more Papers that cannot be replicated are cited 153 times more because their findings are interesting University of California - San Diego Papers in leading psychology, economic and science journals that fail to replicate and therefore are less likely to be true are often the most cited papers in academic research, according to a new study by the University of California ...
||How Improving Research Practices Can Enhance Education Research And Policy
||... those of psychology. Science writer Christie Aschwanden wrote a compelling piece for FiveThirtyEight arguing that all of this acknowledgment of failure was important and that ‚Äúfailure is moving science forward‚Äù in that ‚Äúthe replication crisis is a sign that science is working.‚ÄùNow, Matthew Makel, Jaret Hodges, Bryan Cook, and Jonathan Plucker have published a new Educational Researcher article titled ‚ÄúBoth questionable and open research practices are prevalent ...
||Tom Sterkenburg Reviews Mayo's ‚ÄúStatistical Inference as Severe Testing: How to Get Beyond the Statistics Wars‚Äù (2018, CUP)
||... methodology. That these skirmishes are not just an academic exercise is clear from the widespread use of statistical methods, and contemporary challenges that cry for more secure foundations: the rise of big data, the replication crisis . One often hears that to blame are classical, frequentist methods, that lack a proper justification and are easily misused at that; so that it is all a matter of stepping up our efforts to ...
||Just 15 percent of psychology studies are strongly rooted in theory
||... government, business, relationships, sports, and many other topics. But a key challenge for the field is that the mind is less tangible than organisms, matter, or even people themselves. The field also has a replication crisis on its hands, in addition to the skepticism that many people already hold towards the notion of studying the mind scientifically. But does psychology even have functional theory ‚Äî a set of cumulative explanations ...
||The value of media hype for science
||... propaganda, the tendency to hype science has triggered meditations on the role of the media along with broader concerns about the link between faddish, overheated fields of research and pathological science, fraud and the replication crisis .The Covid-19 pandemic has seen its fair share of hype, not least a former president‚Äôs misplaced faith in the powers of hydroxychloroquine as a ‚Äògame changer.‚Äô But hype itself has value ...
||The ‚ÄúFactor Zoo‚Äù: Some Thoughts On ‚ÄúIs There A Replication Crisis In Finance?‚Äù
||By Yuval Taylor of Invest(igations) Monday, April 5, 2021 7:40 AM EDTA few months ago three researchers published an astonishingly ambitious and compendious paper called ‚ÄúIs There a Replication Crisis in Finance?‚Äù (Their names are Theis Jensen, Bryan Kelly, and Lasse Pedersen; two are at the Copenhagen Business School, one is at Yale, and two also work for AQR Capital Management.) It attempts to refute several recent ...
||Behind a lot of flashy headlines may lie questionable scientific claims ‚Äì what should people be aware of when reading the news?
||... don‚Äôt hold up to replicationThe first thing that readers should understand before coming to a conclusion when reading research findings in the news, is acknowledging that there is a well-known ‚Äò replication crisis ‚Äô in academic research.This means that a lot of studies that you read in the news fail to produce similar outcomes when other scientists try to confirm them.For instance, Nature revealed that ...
||Lee Jussim: he comes to abolish social psychology
||Subscribe nowShareGive a gift subscriptionLee Jussim is a social psychologist at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Known outside of his field as a major critic of stereotype threat, Lee is involved in online science communication and the replication crisis . A major internal critical of his own field, Lee and I discuss:- His experience after Hurricane Sandy- What he actually believes is true in ‚Ä¶Read more ...
||Deceptive Research Practices in Relationship Psychology: Illustrating Epistemological and Pragmatic Considerations With the Case of Relationship Science
||... everybody wondered how Bem was able to produce significant results for effects that do not exist. This triggered a debate about research practices in social psychology.Over the past decade, most articles on the replication crisis in social psychology pointed out problems with existing practices, but some articles tried to defend the status quo (cf. Schimmack, 2020 ).Finkel, Eastwick, and Reis (2015) contributed to the debate with a discussion of ...
||Before we can balance false positives and false negatives, we have to publish false negatives.
||... everybody wondered how Bem was able to produce significant results for effects that do not exist. This triggered a debate about research practices in social psychology.Over the past decade, most articles on the replication crisis in social psychology pointed out problems with existing practices, but some articles tried to defend the status quo (cf. Schimmack, 2020 ).Finkel, Eastwick, and Reis (2015) contributed to the debate with a plea to ...
||The RBG Affect: Where the Rubber ‚ÄòMeats‚Äô The Road On Science, Global Warming And The Convenience Of Hypocrisy
||... is a terrific way of learning stuff. There is no substitute for sleepless nights thinking about why something doesn‚Äôt work.A huge landmark study in 2015 pointed to what some have called a replication crisis in psychological science . A consortium of researchers tried and mostly failed to replicate 100 pieces of psychological research. Others have pointed to similar problems in medicine . Watch that space. And in climate science?Happily ...
||Unconscious Emotions: Mindless Citations of Questionable Evidence
||... look at theories that were built on the basis of questionable results. Review articles continue to present these theories and cite old studies as if they provided credible evidence for them as if the replication crisis never happened.One influential theory in social psychology is that stimuli can bypass conscious awareness and still influence behavior. This assumption is based on theories of emotions that emerged in the 1980s. In the ...