Here are my top four posts in this sequence:
- A moderate's view of the reproducibility crisis – part 1 of a sequence, in part responding to the release of the Open Science Collaboration reproducibility project paper.
- The slower, harder ways to increase reproducibility – part 2 of the sequence.
- Estimating p(replication) in a practical setting – a report on the results from my graduate methods course, in which students replicate previously published papers.
- Shifting our cultural understanding of replication – a plea for changes in practices and incentives.
Then I've also written substantially about a number of other topics, including publication incentives and the file-drawer problem:
- Post-publication peer review and social shaming
- Misperception of incentives for publication
- Musings on the file-drawer effect
- Should we always bring out our nulls?
And methods for reproducible research:
The blog has been very helpful for me in organizing and communicating my thoughts, as well as for collecting materials for teaching reproducible research. Hoping to continue thinking about these topics in the future, even as I move back to discussing more developmental and cognitive science topics.