Given all the attention the Association for Psychological Science has given the issue of replication, it was surprising to see their flagship journal Psychological Science received a grade of D.
The replicability rankings below are based on post-hoc power analysis of published results. The method is explained in more detail elsewhere. More detailed results and time trends can be found by clicking on the hyperlink of a journal. The ranking for the average replicability score in 2010-2014 and 2015 is r = .66, indicating that there are reliable differences in replicability between journals. Movements by more than 10 percentage points are marked with an arrow.
|3||JEP: Human Percpetion and Performance||COG||0.72||0.71||B|
|4||Judgment and Decision Making||COG||0.66||0.70||B|
|5||J. Experimental Psych: Learning, Memory, Cognition||COG||0.69||0.70||B-|
|6||JPSP: Personality Process & Individual Differences||PER||0.56||0.70||B↑|
|7||Journal of Memory & Language||COG||0.67||0.69||C|
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