Psychology Today - May 2019 A Revolution Is Happening in Psychology. Here's How It's Playing Out by Matt Huston In the last decade, behavioral scientists concluded that their field had taken a wrong turn. Efforts to root out false findings and bad practices spurred a crisis now poised to transform the landscape of psychology. Meet four scientists who are leading the charge. The article presents the following academics: Michael Inzlicht, social psychologist at the University of Toronto Simine Vazire, personality psychologist at the University of California, Davis Andrew Gelman, statistician and political scientist at Columbia University Julia Rohrer, Ph.D. candidate at the International Max Planck Research School on the Life Course and the University of Leipzig I wonder if they are aware of the PACE trial?