Did Turkheimer et al (2003) replicate?

Lots of published psychology studies don’t replicate well, in particular cute things like interactions, counter-intuitive or priming effects. In general, traditional behavioral genetics studies have replicated well. This is not surprising because basically the same method (ACE fitting) has been applied to lots of large datasets, and studies that use consistent methods on large datasets…

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Beneficial effects of expore to nature

“If taking up mindfulness meditation does not seem to be a likely course of action for you anytime soon, there is a simpler way for you to increase your atten- tion, reduce your stress, and improve your subjective well-being: Go outside and experience nature. Recent research suggests that spending even a modest amount of time…

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