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Methodological Problems in Psychology

Vol. 13, No. 2, June 2009
Item #: 5561302
ISBN: 978-1-4338-0713-8
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Introduction to Special Issue
Page 89
Candland, Douglas K.

Shall We Really Do It Again? The Powerful Concept of Replication Is Neglected in the Social Sciences
Pages 90–100
Schmidt, Stefan

An Empirical Assessment of Meta-Analytic Practice
Pages 101–115
Dieckmann, Nathan F.; Malle, Bertram F.; Bodner, Todd E.

Do Research Literatures Give Correct Answers?
Pages 116–121
Howard, George S.; Lau, Michael Y.; Maxwell, Scott E.; Venter, André; Lundy, Rae; Sweeny, Ryan M.

An Example of Psychological Science's Failure to Self-Correct
Pages 122–129
Kelley, Lance P.; Blashfield, Roger K.

Is Psychological Research Really as Good as Medical Research? Effect Size Comparisons Between Psychology and Medicine
Pages 130–136
Ferguson, Christopher J.

You Say You Had a Revolution: Methodological Foundations of Closed-Loop Psychology
Pages 137–145
Marken, Richard S.

What's Wrong With Research Literatures? And How to Make Them Right
Pages 146–166
Howard, George S.; Hill, Trey L.; Maxwell, Scott E.; Baptista, Telmo Mourinho; Farias, Miguel H.; Coelho, Claudia; Coulter-Kern, Marcie; Coulter-Kern, Russell

The Impact of Human Intuition in Psychology
Pages 167–174
Goddard, Murray J.

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