“Priming Effects Replicate Just Fine, Thanks”

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I came across this 2012 post by John Bargh who does not seem to be happy about the failures of direct replications of his much-cited elderly-words-and-slow-walking study. What strikes me about Bargh’s comments is how they illustrate the moving-target approach to much of science. Here’s the quick story. In 1996, Bargh, Chen, and Burrows published a paper with the striking…
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