Does research need a replication stamp?

Both researchers and journalists should adopt a more agnostic lens when confronted with novel findings, says Anne-Laure Sellier Culled from Times Higher Eduction Source: iStock Research scandals have come thick and fast in recent years, with everything from p-hacking controversies to alleged data invention making headlines. These stories have consequences; as a social psychology researcher in a business school, those in industry with whom I engage on a daily basis are increasingly asking about the meaningful contribution research can make to management. At the best of times, it can be difficult to explain…

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