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Carsel, T. S., Demos, A. P., & Motyl, M. (2018). Strong scientific theorizing is needed to improve replicability in psychological science. Behavior and Brain Sciences. <pdf>


Washburn, A. W., Hanson, B. E., Motyl, M., Skitka, L. J., Yantis, C., Wong, K. M., Sun, J., Prims, J. P., Mueller, A. B., Melton, Z. J., & Carsel, T. S. (2017). Why do some psychology researchers resist using proposed reforms to research practices? A description of researchers’ rationales. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. <pdf>


Motyl, M., Demos, A. P., Carsel, T. S., Hanson, B., Melton, Z. J., Mueller, A. B., Sun, J., Washburn, A. N., Wong, K. M., Yantis, C. A., Skitka, L. J. (in press). The state of social and personality science: Rotten to the core, not so bad, getting better, or getting worse? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. <pdf>


Skitka, L. J., Washburn, A. N., Carsel, T. S. (2015). The psychological foundations and consequences of moral conviction. Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 41-44. <pdf>