US Government Resources Related to Research Rigor and Reproducibility

Alicia Kubas, Amy Riegelman, Franklin Sayre

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The reproducibility of scientific studies has recently come under increased scrutiny in both the popular and scientific press. Studies from various disciplines (e.g., psychology, health sciences) have revealed failures to reproduce and replicate research. This has led to declarations that science is experiencing a “reproducibility crisis” and that this crisis has negative consequences for science, the public, and public policy. Two of the authors have previously published on reproducibility and the services and expertise librarians and libraries offer that make the library community a key part of supporting reproducible research, and we direct you to these articles for more information on this broader topic.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)20-27
JournalDocuments to the People (DttP)
Issue number3
StatePublished - 2018


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