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Collaboration and open science in social psychology and judgement and decision-making
What our replication of the classic "inaction inertia" judgment and decision-making effect taught us about the importanc of replications, transparency, & engaging in open-science.
Collaborative open-science to promote the "credibility revolution" is addressing current challenges in our research.
Gilad Feldman, Ph.D., is an assistant professor with the psychology department at the University of Hong Kong.