Journals dealing in psycholinguistic research do not publish null results generally, because they are "inconclusive". So it's completely possible that out of 100 experiments, 95 are inconclusive, and 5 are "significant", but that all five are Type I errors. But it's those 5 experiments that will get published.
The naive rebuttal to this would be that such a situation would only rarely arise. But the non-obvious thing is that rare events do happen. If we published only those five articles, then how would we draw the conclusion that we are not in Type I la la land?