What the psychological sciences can learn from genetics research

reproducibility Jun 09, 2019

Most researchers agree that the psychological sciences are in the midst of a reproducibility crisis. But this isn't the first time that a research field has dealt with poor reproducibility, as genetics researchers started tackling this problem over a decade ago.

But how did the field of genetics go about this and what lessons did they learn that can passed onto psychology researchers? To find out, we spoke with Kevin Mitchell on the latest episode of Everything Hertz.

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Dan Quintana

Senior Researcher in biological psychiatry at the University of Oslo investigating how the oxytocin system influences our thoughts, feelings, and physiology.

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