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Repost: Do Political Scientists Care About Effect Sizes – Replication and Type M Errors

Repost of an article by Christoper Gandrud: Reproducibility has come a long way in political science. Many major journals now require replication materials be made available either on their websites or some service such as the Dataverse Network. This is certainly progress. But what are political scientists actually supposed to do with this new information?

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Guest Post: The Replication Paradox, by Michèle B. Nuijten

Will integrating original studies and published replications always improve the reliability of your results? No! Replication studies suffer from the same publication bias as original studies. In her guest post, Michèle B. Nuijten, who focuses on statistical errors and data manipulation in psychology, presents two solutions to this problem.
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