It’s always the normal ones. They get close and you never see it coming. They throw you off balance with their normalcy and averageness. Who knows what they are going to do. That was exactly what happened. She got close. She used her normalcy, her averageness, to get close and snap, the trap was sprung.
Psychology, as well as many other scientific fields, has begun to face a crisis the likes of which hasn't been seen in the history of scientific inquiry. This crisis, is the crisis of replication in the sciences. To understand what that is, first a definition of replication. In the sciences, a piece of research is considered generalizable to the larger population if it has specific statistical significance values and a diverse enough sample of subjects/participants. Replication is the term used to refer to the process of reproducing the original study's results. This replication of the original is used to provide evidence of the long-lasting effect of the research, and that research's applicability across different contexts.
Far up north a cold wind blows