The replication crisis has led to positive structural, procedural, and community changes


The emergence of large-scale replication projects yielding successful rates substantiallylower than expected caused the behavioural, cognitive, and social sciences to experi-ence a so-called ‘replication crisis’. In this Perspective, we reframe this ‘crisis’ throughthe lens of a credibility revolution, focusing on positive structural, procedural andcommunity-driven changes. Second, we outline a path to expand ongoing advances andimprovements. The credibility revolution has been an impetus to several substantivechanges which will have a positive, long-term impact on our research environment.