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Neuronal synchrony and the relation between the BOLD response and the local field potential

Jonathan Winawer, Dora Hermes & Mai Nguyen
Project site in support of the manuscript titled, "Neuronal synchrony and the relation between the BOLD response and the local field potential". The site includes all code and data needed to reproduce the main figure panels.

Stimulus dependence of gamma oscillations in human visual cortex

Jonathan Winawer & Dora Hermes

Cheating Because They Can: The Role of Networks in Informal Governance (LIEPP Policy Brief, n°62)

Jennifer Larson
Settlers flocking to “boomtowns” on the American western frontier were faced with the same task that communities in weak states across the globe face: self-governance. Peer sanctions can enforce cooperation in these environments, but their efficacy depends on the social networks that transmit information from peer to peer. Peripheral network positions can generate such strong incentives to misbehave that persistent cheating obtains in equilibrium. Groups maintaining high levels of cooperation that face shocks to their...

Extremist Militant Groups and the Provision of Justice: Experimental Evidence from South Central Somalia

Nicholas Haas & Prabin Khadka

Developmental roots of objectification: Race x Gender

Rachel Leshin, Sarah Kim, Rebecca Stevenson & Marjorie Rhodes
This a pre-registration for an empirical study examining the developmental roots of objectification at the intersection of race and gender.

Korean and English verb learning in transitive syntactic frames

Sudha Arunachalam

Strategies to Reduce Intergroup Biases

Vivian Liu & Andrei Cimpian
This study assesses several strategies aimed to reduce intergroup bias.

Essentialism & Anti-LGB Attitudes

Casey Lewry, Emily Foster-Hanson, Victor C Kumar & Liane Young
In this study, we aim to understand the effect of race, gender, and sexual orientation intersections on moral judgments and acceptance of individuals.

A study of self-affirmation on secondary school students with hearing impairment in Nepal

Michael Wu
In recent years, significant progress has been made towards ensuring equality in the education of children with disabilities in Nepal. The 2017 Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination and violence based on disability (Holmes et al., 2018; Prasai & Pant, 2018), and there are more than 350 inclusive education classes and 35 special education schools across the country (UNICEF, 2018). However, children with disabilities are still more likely to be susceptible to the...

Distance-Digit-Mediation Study

Dengfeng Yan
In this study, we aim to evaluate the underlying mechanism through measuring the mediator and testing the mediation model.


Emily Foster-Hanson & Tania Lombrozo
How do information about distribution of features across category members, and teleological information about the function of those features, shape category representations?

Testing Expected Subjective Value Theory in an Empirical Dataset

Paul Glimcher & Vered Kurtz-David
Expected Subjective Value Theory (ESVT) is a combined neurobiological and economic theory of choice. It defines a value function for transforming objective reward magnitudes into subjective values for use in choice. In this study we seek to determine whether ESVT outperforms Random Utility Theory and/or Choice set specific Optimal Coding in accounting for human choice behavior.

Collective action and collective memory

Samuel Freel & Rezarta Bilali

Pragmatic inferences for generic statements

Kelsey Moty & Marjorie Rhodes
This pre-registration now aligns with Study 3 in the final paper.

Crowd-Sourcing Fact-Checking - Headline - Source

Kevin Aslett, Zeve Sanderson, Joshua Tucker, Jonathan Nagler, Richard Bonneau, William Godel & Nate Persily

Cross-cultural differences in the development of essentialism

Kelsey Moty, Michelle Wang, Yian Xu & Marjorie Rhodes

Coronavirus Risk Perception

Laurel Peterson, Sarah DiMuccio & Marie Helweg-Larsen
Covid-19 is a highly-contagious, novel coronavirus disease that originated as a local outbreak in Wuhan (Hubei, China) in December 2019 and is now classified as a world pandemic by the WHO with over half a million confirmed cases in the United States (US) at the time of this preregistration (Dong, Du, & Gardner, 2020). Risk perceptions play a crucial role in preventative health behavior (Ferrer & Klein, 2015) and there is vast evidence that individuals...


James Malin

Deficit Attention Disorder

Ian Anson & John Kane

Jiang_ONL_Talk_4246: EasyEyes aids online testing by emulating a wireless keyboard and tracking viewing distance

Peiling Jiang, Augustin Burchell & Denis Pelli

A study of the relationship between invasive threat and attitudes toward outgroups

Paul DiMaggio, Cristina Mora, Hana Shepherd & Chelsea Daniels
Using data from the UC-Berkeley California Survey (a/k/a the Field Poll), we will test a series of hypotheses about the relationship, which we expect to be positive, between real and perceived COVID19 threat and attitudes towards immigration, immigrants, and ethnoracial minorities. Sociological theory, prior research, and historical experience all suggest that immigrants are vulnerable during periods of infectious-disease threat. Drawing on her African fieldwork but generalizing to societies of all kinds, Douglas (1984) note the...

Improving the donation preference elicitation method, and investigating why it produces differences in ideal point estimates

Nicholas Haas & Rebecca Morton

Cultural Correlates of Social Essentialism

Yian Xu & Marjorie Rhodes
People intuitively view social groups as having biological underpinnings and discrete boundaries (Prentice & Miller, 2007; Roberts et al., 2017). Such essentialist beliefs are considered to revolve around the idea that some deep, immutable “essence” ultimately determines social group membership, and gives rise to uniform group features (Medin & Ortony, 1989). Essentialist views of social groups are early emerging and culturally prevalent, reflecting a possibly domain-general conceptual framework that people endorse to make sense of...


Dengfeng Yan
This study is designed to test whether and how psychological distance influences perceived changeability of numerical values.

Focused interests and word learning in autistic preschoolers

Sudha Arunachalam & Rhiannon Luyster
This study builds on previous work with children on the autism spectrum suggesting that using their focused interests may support learning. Previous research has tailored social communication interventions using children’s focused interests and has indicated that outcomes may be improved when these interests are incorporated. Trials using focused interests to support vocabulary learning have not yet been reported; however, previous research pointing to the value of added salience of instructional cues in word learning situations...

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