How ‘open science’ is changing psychological research, with Brian Nosek, PhD
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Is psychology research in a crisis or a renaissance? Over the past decade, scientists have realized that many published research results, including some classic findings in psychology, don’t always hold up to repeat trials. Brian Nosek, PhD, of the Center for Open Science, discusses how psychologists are leading a movement to address that problem by changing the way that research studies get funded, conducted and published. Listener Survey -
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