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Problems with brain imaging papers
Leading academics are calling for a greater emphasis to be placed on the replicability of research. "Replication is our best friend because it keeps us honest," wrote the psychologists Chris Chambers and Petroc Sumner recently. For replication to be possible, scientists need to provide sufficient methodological detail in their papers for other labs to copy their procedures.
Find out more about the challenges this poses for brain imaging research papers - read the full article on our Research Digest blog.
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