There's been a lot of buzz recently for The Reproducibility Project: an effort by a group of researchers to attempt to reproduce the results of every study published in several prominent journals of psychology over the course of a year. Reproducibility is something that's underrated - and disincentivized - in science generally, so this has the potential to be important work.
Exercising regularly as a kid can result in improved cognitive functioning later in life, according to a study published in the journal Psychological Medicine. â?¨A group of researchers at King's College London found that intensive ... Read Post
New UK research, published recently in PLoS ONE, has not reproduced previous findings that suggested Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may be linked to a recently discovered virus. The authors of the study, from Imperial College London and K... Read Post