Making prepublication independent replication mainstream

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Tierney W., Schweinsberg, M., & Uhlmann, E. L. (2018). Making prepublication independent replication mainstream. Behavioral and Brain Sciences41, E153.

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Abstract

The widespread replication of research findings in independent laboratories prior to publication is suggested as a complement to traditional replication approaches. The prepublication independent replication approach further addresses three key concerns from replication skeptics by systematically taking context into account, reducing reputational costs for original authors and replicators, and increasing the theoretical value of failed replications.

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