In this episode, we have a free-ranging conversation that begins by discussing the modern replication crisis in psychology and other fields. We examine how this development might affect our views on the pace of progress generally. Amidst our many tangents, we consider the possibility of getting tech companies to share their proprietary data for the sake of science research and wonder if becoming an increasingly globalized society imposes coordination costs.
- WIKIPEDIA: Replication Crisis
- ARTICLE: Why Does the Replication Crisis Seem Worse in Psychology?
- ARTICLE: Cancer Research is Broken
- ARTICLE: Failure is Moving Science Forward
- BLOG: If You Can’t Make Predictions, You’re Still in Crisis
- WIKIPEDIA: Ego Depletion
- ARTICLE: Facebook Reveals Newsfeed Experiment to Control Emotions