Websites where you look for studies have lots of tools to narrow results, but don't have one for "find all replications of this study". Is there a convenient way to do that? With the replication crisis, this seems very useful.

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Studies are rarely replicated exactly, which means drawing a line between replication and something new; this could be  difficult.

You could use Google Scholar, click on the papers that cite the original work, and then search on the word replication within these matches.

Surveys of a field should cover the various replications that have been performed, along with providing some context.