For the last decade, the science of psychology has been in what is often termed a ‘crisis.’
In the biggest project of its kind, Brian Nosek, a social psychologist and head of the Center for Open Science in Charlottesville, Virginia, and 269 co-authors repeated work reported in 98 original papers from three psychology journals, to see if they independently came up with the same results. …
According to the replicators' qualitative assessments, as previously reported by Nature, only 39 of the...
Do we really need this Jimmy Carter-style so-called energy-saving diktat anymore?
On International Women’s Day, a look at two scientists who deserved more credit than they got.