replication

Design-Based Approaches to Systematic Conceptual Replication Studies

Recent interest to promote and support replication efforts assume that there is well-established methodological guidance for designing and implementing these studies. However, no such consensus exists in the methodology literature. This article …

Using Semantic Similarity to Assess Adherence and Replicability of Intervention Delivery

Researchers are rarely satisfied to learn only whether an intervention works, they also want to understand why and under what circumstances interventions produce their intended effects. These questions have led to increasing calls for implementation …

A Causal Replication Framework for Designing and Assessing Replication Efforts

Replication has long been a cornerstone for establishing trustworthy scientific results, but there remains considerable disagreement about what constitutes a replication, how results from these studies should be interpreted, and whether direct …