2,132 Works

Hypotheses and analytic plan

Ian Hussey, Sean Hughes & Pieter Van Dessel

Design

Pieter Van Dessel

Automatic stereotypes change – trait conditioning

Tal Moran & Jamie Cummins

Hypotheses

Pieter Van Dessel

Prediction of non-suicidal self-injury behavior using the autobiographical Implicit Association Test - Study 2

Femke Cathelyn, Pieter Van Dessel & Jan De Houwer
In a first study (see, https://osf.io/wnbfc/) we provided initial evidence for the detection and prediction of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI), using a new measure. More specifically, we examined the utility of the autobiographical Implicit Association Test (aIAT; Sartori, Agosta, Zogmaister, Ferrara & Castiello, 2008). The rationale for choosing this measure can be found in the general information document of Study 1 at https://osf.io/wnbfc/. The current study’s aim is to replicate Study 1 while at the same...

1. Design

Pieter Van Dessel, Tal Moran & Yoav Bar-Anan
Design

Systematic review protocol

Nathaline Onek Aparo, Hans De Steur & Walter Odongo
This is a protocol that will be followed to conduct a systematic review of mobile phone technology (MPT) among farmers.

Plans

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Data

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Plans

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Plans

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Analyses on pooled data

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Raw data

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Measures

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Data

Matthias Raemaekers, Ian Hussey & Jan De Houwer

Analyses

Jamie Cummins, Ian Hussey & Adriaan Spruyt

Analysis

Matthias Raemaekers, Ian Hussey & Jan De Houwer

Hypotheses

Pieter Van Dessel

Background Non-preregistered Study 1

Bram Van Acker & Peter Conradie

Social media and Self-Identification

Femke Cathelyn, Pieter Van Dessel & Jamie Cummins
In this project we are investigating the relation between addicton to social media and implicit and explicit self-identification and evaluation

Learning via the pairing of pairings

Ian Hussey & Jan De Houwer

Woltin_JournExpSocPsych_2011_Wre - Cummins - Direct Replication - 4130

Jamie Cummins

Procedure

Aoife Cartwright, Amber Craig, Ian Hussey & Julia Heiman

Relating Free Will Beliefs and Attitudes: Stage 1 Registered Report

David Wisniewski, Carlos González-García, Emiel Cracco & Marcel Brass
This preregistration contains the approved Stage 1 Registered report of "Relating Free Will Beliefs and Attitudes" by Wisniewski, Cracco, González-García, Brass (in-principle acceptance), Royal Society Open Science.

data

Tal Moran, Sean Hughes, Ian Hussey, Miguel Vadillo, Jan De Houwer, Michael Olson, Frederik Aust, Karoline Bading, Robert Balas, Taylor Benedict, Olivier Corneille, Samantha Douglas, Melissa Ferguson, Katherine Fritzlen, Anne Gast, Bertram Gawronski, Tamara Giménez-Fernández, Krzysztof Hanusz, Tobias Heycke, Fabia Högden, Benedek Kurdi, Adrien Mierop, Jasmin Richter, Justyna Sarzyńska-Wawer, Colin Smith … & Mandy Hütter

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