featured, psychological science, social psychology
by Dave Nussbaum
Part 2 of my two-part series on conceptual replication: how conceptual replication can prevent us from replicating our mistakes with a look back at the history of Cognitive Dissonance Theory.
Tags: cognitive dissonance, conceptual replication, effort justification, induced compliance, Leon Festinger, Open Science Framework, psychfiledrawer, psychological science, replication, social psychology
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