<p>The <strong>replication crisis</strong> in psychology is rooted in bad incentives: skepticism isn't rewarded, unexpected findings are. But coverage of the crisis is susceptible to its own bad incentives</p>

The replication crisis in psychology is rooted in bad incentives: skepticism isn&#39;t rewarded, unexpected findings are. But coverage of the crisis is susceptible to its own bad
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The replication crisis in psychology is rooted in bad incentives: skepticism isn't rewarded, unexpected findings are. But coverage of the crisis is susceptible to its own bad incentives

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