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Sep 8, 2023Liked by Ethan Ludwin-Peery

This looks great. I haven't read the large majority of these - a reminder that I don't know nearly as much about the replication crisis as I like to pretend I do. (James Heathers is awesome, by the way). Your autobiographical approach (having the syllabus track your own developing critical consciousness about the problem) is intriguing; I have long been interested in ways to integrate personal elements more deliberately into research or academic contexts without getting too loosey-goosey about it.

Chris Chamber's "Seven Deadly Sins of Psychology" is also a nice overview (we read that in my stats class). I'm also wondering if Simine Vazire might be worth foregrounding even a little more,; as I recall her "Sometimes I'm Wrong" blog was a key site for those early discussions and traces her own emergence as a major leader of the Open Science movement.

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Nothing from Retraction Watch? Your students should get familiar with it. Bjoern Brembs on peer review and glamourmagz.

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