September 14, 2020

“Yes, you’re reading that right: studies that replicate are cited at the same rate as studies that do not.”

By Bellwether

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Whoo boy…

Over the past year, I have skimmed through 2578 social science papers, spending about 2.5 minutes on each one. This was due to my participation in Replication Markets, a part of DARPA’s SCORE program, whose goal is to evaluate the reliability of social science research. 3000 studies were split up into 10 rounds of ~300 studies each…

Interesting take on research production, including RCT’s in education. 

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