Note: A few years ago, I made a start on a blog post listing some resources on the replication crisis in psychology. I have just found the draft and thought I would post it, in case it is of use to anyone. It’s very incomplete and outdated. If you would like to improve the post by adding more references in the comments, please do!
Blogposts and journalism
- Joe Hilgard: A reading list for the replicability crisis
- Trouble at the lab
- Marcus R. Munafò et al. A manifesto for reproducible science
- Ed Yong: Psychology’s replication crisis can’t be wished away
- Ioannidis, J. P. A. (2005) Why most published research findings are false. PLoS Med 2(8): e124.
- Earp, B. D., Everett, J. A. C., Madva, E. N. & Hamlin, J. K. (2014) Out, Damned Spot: Can the “Macbeth Effect” Be Replicated?, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 36:1, 91-98,
- Earp B. D., Trafimow D. (2015), Replication, falsification, and the crisis of confidence in social psychology, Frontiers in Psychology,
- Baumeister, R. F. (2016). Charting the future of social psychology on stormy seas: Winners, losers, and recommendations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 66: 153-158.
- Heesen, R. (2017) Why the reward structure of science makes reproducibility problems inevitable.
- Zwaan, R., Etz, A., Lucas, R., & Donnellan, M. (2018). Making replication mainstream. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 41, E120.
- The Replication Crisis (BBC Radio 4 Analysis)
- The Replication Crisis: A conversation with Brian D. Earp (Political Philosophy Podcast)
- Hackademics II: The Hackers (Hi-Phi Nation)