In the Atlantic, Ed Yong reports that despite the lack of replicability of individual studies, when you get a pool of psychologists “betting on” the reproducibility of a study their predictions are surprisingly accurate. “Which makes me wonder: What’s going on with peer review? If people know which results are really not likely to be real, why are they allowing them to be published?”
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