6 Works

Many Labs 2: Investigating Variation in Replicability Across Sample and Setting

Richard Klein, Michelangelo Vianello, Fred Hasselman, Byron Adams, Reginald Adams, Sinan Alper, Diego Vega, Mark Aveyard, Jordan Axt, Mayowa Babalola, Štěpán Bahník, Fiona Barlow, Mihaly Berkics, Michael Bernstein, Daniel Berry, Olga Bialobrzeska, Konrad Bocian, Mark Brandt, Robert Busching, Huajian Cai, Katarzyna Cantarero, Cheryl Carmichael, Zeynep Cemalcilar, Jesse Chandler, Jen-Ho Chang … & Brian Nosek
In Many Labs 2, we will employ an expanded version of the Many Labs paradigm to investigate a substantial number of new effects and further examine the findings from Many Labs 1.

Data from: Post-metamorphic carry-over effects of larval digestive plasticity

Sarah S. Bouchard, Chelsea R. Jenney O'Leary, Lindsay J. Wargelin, Julie F. Charbonnier, Karen M. Warkentin & Chelsea J. O'Leary
For animals with complex life cycles, conditions in the larval environment can have important effects that persist after metamorphosis. These carry-over effects may influence juvenile growth plasticity and have important fitness consequences. Small juvenile red-eyed treefrogs, Agalychnis callidryas, grow faster than larger ones. We examined to what extent this growth pattern is due to carry-over effects of intraspecific larval competition. In particular, we assessed larval gut plasticity and determined whether carry-over effects could persist given...

Replication of Williams & Bargh (2008, PS, Study 4)

Jennifer Joy-Gaba, Russ Clay & Hayley Cleary

Many Labs 3: Evaluating participant pool quality across the academic semester via replication

Charles Ebersole, Olivia Atherton, Aimee Belanger, Hayley Skulborstad, Reginald Adams, Jill Allen, Jonathan Banks, Erica Baranski, Michael Bernstein, Diane Bonfiglio, Leanne Boucher, Elizabeth Brown, Nancy Budiman, Athena Cairo, Colin Capaldi, Christopher Chartier, David Cicero, Jennifer Coleman, Morgan Conway, William Davis, Thierry Devos, Raelyne Dopko, Jon Grahe, Komi German, Joshua Hicks … & Brian Nosek
Many Labs 3 is a crowdsourced project that will systematically evaluate time-of-semester effects across many participant pools. The project team will create a single experimental protocol assessing 10 known effects within 30 minutes. As many labs as can join will administer the same protocol across the academic semester. The aggregate data will provide high-powered evidence whether time-of-semester moderates the detectability of effects. Effects will be selected based on the lay theories of what is likely...

Data from: Consequences of life history switch point plasticity for juvenile morphology and locomotion in the Túngara frog

Julie F. Charbonnier & James R. Vonesh
Many animals with complex life cycles can cope with environmental uncertainty by altering the timing of life history switch points through plasticity. Pond hydroperiod has important consequences for the fitness of aquatic organisms and many taxa alter the timing of life history switch points in response to habitat desiccation. For example, larval amphibians can metamorphose early to escape drying ponds. Such plasticity may induce variation in size and morphology of juveniles which can result in...

Replication of Williams & Bargh (2008, PS, Study 4)

Jennifer Joy-Gaba, Russ Clay & Hayley Cleary

Registration Year

  • 2015
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  • Text
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  • Dataset
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Affiliations

  • Virginia Commonwealth University
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  • University of Virginia
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  • Center For Open Science
    2
  • Princeton University
    1
  • Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
    1
  • Otterbein University
    1
  • Boston University
    1