(1) A huge network of researchers tried to replicate 100 findings from three of the top psychology journals. Overall, 54% of cognitive psychology findings replicated successfully, along with a dismal 28% of social psychology findings. The non-replicated studies mostly had smaller effects, larger p-values, and surprising results.
(4) “So that’s where American politics stands today: on one side, a radicalized, highly ideological demographic threatened with losing its place of privilege in society, politically activated, and locked into the House; on the other side, a demographically and ideologically heterogeneous coalition of interest groups big enough to reliably win the presidency and occasionally the Senate. For now, it’s gridlock.”