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Psykhe (Santiago)

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BUSTOS NAVARRETE, Claudio; ZANARTU CANIHUANTE, Natalia; SALCEDO LAGOS, Pedro  e  DIAZ MUJICA, Alejandro. Identification of the Beliefs of Psychology Researchers Concerning the Publication of Replications. Psykhe [online]. 2020, vol.29, n.2, pp.1-18. ISSN 0718-2228.

Recommendations for resolving the replicability crisis in psychology have highlighted the role of replications; however, there is no information on the psychosocial factors that determine their publication. Using the Theory of Planned Behavior as a reference point, the objective of the study was to understand the behavioral, normative, and control beliefs of psychology researchers from Hispanic America and Spain and determine how they influence the publication of direct replication studies, conceptual replications, and instrument adaptations. Stratified sampling with proportional affixation to the size of each country was employed. The 74 respondents (response rate = 12.2%) were 43.45 years old on average (SD = 9.78) and 58.1% of them were women. Adopting a survey design, an open-ended online questionnaire (Identification of Beliefs Related to the Publication of Replications) was administered, randomly assigning the type of replication to be answered. Data were analyzed using thematic analysis. The researchers consider the publication of all three types of replications as being positive for science. However, unlike instrument adaptations, conceptual and direct replications are rejected by journal editors and funding sources. The methodological and epistemological tensions derived from adapting procedures and instruments from other cultures are highlighted.

Palavras-chave : theory of planned behavior; beliefs; replication; publication.

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