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Can Context-Bound Research Replicate?

The reproducibility crisis has hit psychology hard.  In writing Engaged: Designing for Behavior Change, I found myself having to double check whether some of the studies I learned about previously are still considered valid to cite.  Part of the book writing process was a technical review, in which I asked five experts to read the manuscript and offer feedback about the accuracy and completeness of the information therein. From that feedback I went through another round of re-review of the information I’d included. Continue reading Can Context-Bound Research Replicate?