Replication in Psychology: a historical perspective

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The reproducibility of psychological findings has generated much discussion of late. However, the question of replication is not a new one for psychologists. Psychologist have long debated how best to measure their phenomena, how to design their studies, how best to interpret their data, and whether their findings have a broader relevance.

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