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A Letter to The Guardian by Prof Dominic Abrams

By @Dominic_Abrams

To: guardian.letters@theguardian.com

Re: ‘60% of psychology research ‘cannot be replicated‘ (Ian Sample, Guardian 27th August)’**

Ian Sample’s account of Nosek et al’s reproducibility studies seriously misrepresents the quality and value of social psychological research. 551 more words

Group Processes

Why are Psychological findings mostly unreplicable?

Take 97 psychological effects from top journals which are claimed to be robust. How many will replicate? Brian Nosek and his huge team tried it out and the results were sobering, to say the least. 1,301 more words
Richard Kunert

Replication in Science

The internet is abuzz with the recent publication of an article in Science which replicated 100 studies in psychology, but only found positive results for a third of them. 1,229 more words


Moderator interpretations of the Reproducibility Project

The Reproducibility Project: Psychology (RPP) was published in Science last week. There has been some excellent coverage and discussion since then. If you haven’t heard about it,*  1,970 more words

Oracle VM Disaster Recovery In A Box (Part 1 of 5)

Virtualization in todays IT world is practically a given. Whether you’re a fledgling developer writing applications to get that first break or a seasoned IT Architect designing a solution for a fortune 500 company, there’s a good chance you use virtualization in some aspect of your day to day life at work. 752 more words


ChalkTalk Video: Moving VMware VMs to Hyper-V, AWS or Anywhere

Workload Mobility is a hot subject at VMworld 2015. The ability to move a virtual machine from a VMware environment to Hyper-V, Amazon AWS or a Cloud Service Provider enables businesses of all sizes to cut the cost and complexity of disaster recovery. 56 more words


More On Psychology Papers Overstating Evidence

Here’s a followup to my previous post on a new paper suggesting that evidence is often overstated in psychology papers. You can find the actual paper… 690 more words