What is replication?
Brian A. Nosek and
Timothy M. Errington
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Brian A. Nosek: University of Virginia
Timothy M. Errington: Center for Open Science
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Replications are inevitably different from the original studies. How do we decide whether something is a replication? The answer shifts the conception of replication from a boring, uncreative, housekeeping activity to an exciting, generative, vital contributor to research progress.
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