Sometimes you can’t help wondering why oh why: check this ‘study’ on the effects of video games

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I’ve been following the Twitter-account @realpeerreview for some time now. They share published studies that make you wonder if it should have passed peer review.

Take this example:

Add this portion of the study:

This account is of course something different than what the retraction watch-people do and it’s also something totally different from the current replication crisis. The account also has been the issue of some discussions on one of the studies they have mocked. Still, for me it’s a big warning that we scientists need to get our act together.

And although I can understand the discussion, I do…

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