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  • They Have a Point: Strategies to Improve Receptivity to Interracial Criticism and Promote Behavioral Change

    Kaelyn Ireland, Logan Turner, Grace Bowe, Jessica Bray, Brooke Cassanova, CaSaundra White, Steven Peek, Diana Riser, Katherine White
  • Investigating Lay Perceptions of Psychological Measures: A Registered Report

    Joseph Mason, Madeleine Pownall, Flavio Azevedo
  • The “Replication Crisis” and Trust in Psychological Science: How Reforms Shape Public Trust in Psychology

    Nicole Methner, Barbara Dahme, Claudia Menzel
  • Hits and misses in the first wave of open science: Researchers from different subfields and career stages offer reflections and suggestions

    Jennifer Beer, Paul Eastwick, Jin Goh
  • Are Replications Mainstream now? A Comparison between Support for Replications Expressed in the Policies of Social Psychology Journals in 2015 and 2022

    Ann-Kathrin Torka, Jens Mazei, Joachim Hüffmeier
  • Strategic ambiguity in the social sciences

    Willem Frankenhuis, Karthik Panchanathan, Paul Smaldino
  • On the Importance of Modeling the Invisible World of Underlying Effect Sizes

    Brent M. Wilson, John T. Wixted
  • Beyond reliability in first impressions research: Considering validity and the need to “mix it up with folks”

    Liam Satchell, Bastian Jaeger, Alex Jones, Beatriz López, Christoph Schild
  • Psychology’s Reform Movement Needs a Reconceptualization of Scientific Expertise

    Duygu Uygun Tunç, Mehmet Necip Tunç
  • Cognitive Reflection and Endorsement of the “Great Replacement” Conspiracy Narrative

    Alexander Jedinger, Lena Masch, Axel Burger