https://www.theguardian.com/science...ience-the-path-ahead-for-reforming-psychology The writer of this piece, Chris Chambers, has a written a book, 'The Seven Deadly Sins of Psychology'. No mention of PACE, but some of the 'sins' sound familiar. "Our mission wasn’t about truth seeking. How painfully naive I had been. It was about crunching through as many experiments as possible as quickly as possible, finding ways to make ambiguous data look beautiful, publishing frequently in prestigious journals, getting to work in so-and-so’s “rockstar” lab (which of course always produced beautiful results and published exclusively in said prestigious journals), winning large public grants, and basically getting as famous and powerful as possible." He's based at Cardiff Uni's School of Psychology, which is I think home to Mansel Aylward? Not that I'm implying anything. ETA: Just looked up the Science Media Centre for a separate query, and CC is on the advisory commitee.