Chris Chambers is professor of cognitive neuroscience in the School of Psychology at Cardiff University.
I applaud Chambers for advocating reform of our science and this book for encouraging me to rethink our discipline. This book should be required reading for all graduate students and, of course, their mentors. --Dom Massaro, American Journal of Psychology Superb and exceedingly timely. . . . An impressive achievement. --Scott O. Lilienfeld and Thomas H. Costello, PsycCRITIQUES An excellent warts-and-all summary of the state of play in modern psychology. --Dean Burnett, The Guardian Passionate, provocative, and persuasive, Chambers' book is filled with information and insights about current practices in psychology--and offers recommendations to enhance transparency and reproducibility. --Glenn C. Altschuler, Psychology Today Psychology: it's not dead yet. But Chris Chambers makes a stark case for its having engaged in sins that call its validity into question. --Luna C. M. Centifanti, Times Higher Education Chris Chambers's portrait should sit high on the wall of heroes in the movement to reform science. --Barbara A. Spellman, Nature