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Demonstration Project

Katherine Cain & Chris Seto
For Demonstrating the OSF

Replication of DR Addis, AT Wong, DL Schacter (2008, PS 19(1))

Alejandro Vásquez-Echeverría
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of CR Cox, J Arndt, T Pyszczynski, J Greenberg, A Abdollahi, S Solomon (2008, JPSP 94(4), Exp. 6)

Joeri Wissink, Geertje Hoogendoorn, Hilmar Brohmer, Mark Verschoor & Marcel Zeelenberg
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of TJ Pleskac (2008, JEPLMC 34(1))

Eskil Forsell, Emma Heikensten, Anna Dreber & Magnus Johannesson
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of CJ Soto, OP John, SD Gosling, J Potter (2008, JPSP 94(4))

Courtney Soderberg
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

GPS

Nicole Pfeiffer

Replication of GP Lau, AC Kay, SJ Spencer (2008, PS 19(1))

Stefan Stieger & Tim Kuhlmann
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of Blankenship & Wegener (2008, JPSP, Study 5A)

Kristi Lemm

Replication of EJ Masicampo, RF Baumeister (2008, PS 19(3))

Colleen Osborne, Gina Vuu & Felix Henninger
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of Dai, Wertenbroch, & Brendl (2008, PS, Study 1)

Heather Fuchs, Vivien Estel & Lars Goellner

Replication of A Roelofs (2008, JEPLMC 34(2), Exp 3)

Hedderik van Rijn & Sabine Scholz
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of M Koo, A Fishbach (2008, JPSP 94(2), Exp. 4)

Mallory Kidwell & Geneva Dodson
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of Lemay and Clark (2008, JPSP 95(2), Exp 5)

Erica Baranski

Replication of Tracy and Robins (2008, JPSP, Exp 4)

Gavin Sullivan
Part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology; independent replication of Tracy & Robins 2008 study "The nonverbal expression of pride: Evidence for cross-cultural recognition"

Replication of JI Campbell, ND Robert (2008, JEPLMC 34(3), Exp 3)

Ashley Ricker & Anondah Saide
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Replication of EJ Masicampo, RF Baumeister (2008, PS 19(3))

Colleen Osborne, Gina Vuu & Felix Henninger
This is an independent replication as part of the Reproducibility Project: Psychology.

Study 19: Replication of Delmore et al., 2011 (Cell)

Fraser Aird, Irawati Kandela, Christine Mantis, Elizabeth Iorns, Alexandria Denis, Stephen Williams, Nicole Perfito & Timothy Errington
Replication of "BET bromodomain inhibition as a therapeutic strategy to target c-Myc”. Includes information to prepare the replication experiments. Includes data, code, and digital materials from completed replication experiments.

Gender Differences in Implicit Measures of Personality Traits

Michelangelo Vianello, Brian Nosek, Natarajan Sriram, Konrad Schnabel & Konrad Schnabel
A high-powered study comparing gender differences in implicit and explicit personality traits.

Culture on a chip (UC Berkeley)

Jordan Suchow, Tom Griffiths, Tom Morgan, Robert Boyd, Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton, Vael Gates & Ian Sullivan
Culture-on-a-chip computing

test

Richard Hoffmann, Natalie Meyers & chelsea hoffmann

Open, Public Goods Infrastructure for Research Management & Discovery IASSIST 2017

Matthew Spitzer, Vicky Rampin & Cynthia Hudson Vitale
Presentations on open technical infrastructure that supports research reproducibility, open access mandates, and data management and sharing requirements. Panel on Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 4pm

Preservation of Corporate Information

JAYE LAPACHET
Considering preservation before there is a need for preservation may be the next wave of corporate interest. While corporate interests often have to do with keeping up with Jones Co, preservation, I hope, will not suffer the same fate as other fads. Preservation of corporate information has multiple challenges: legal, real estate, bottom-line and out of date equipment required to access superseded formats. It does, however, also offer an element of content management that can...

Tools for Transparency in Ecology and Evolution (TTEE)

Timothy Parker, Sara Bowman, Shinichi Nakagawa, Jessica Gurevitch, David Mellor, Rebecca Rosenblatt & Alexander DeHaven
This site offers tools that can be adopted by institutions to help promote transparency in ecology and evolution. At this point, these tools consist of checklist questions that journals can adopt to help authors comply with TOP (Transparency and Openness Promotion) guidelines and to help reviewers and editors assess that compliance.

Statistical Models and Methods for Analyzing Eyewitness Identification Data

Karen Kafadar, Chad Dodson, Brandon Garrett, Joanne Yaffe, Alice Liu & P. Fiander

EMOSE (2017) Inter-Comparison of Marine Plankton Metagenomic Analysis Methods

Stephane Pesant, Ivo Grigorov, Francesca Malfatti, Catarina Magalhães, Alessandro Vezzi, Julie Poulain, Jed Fuhrman, Alex Mitchell, Paraskevi Polymenakou, Antonio Fernandez-Guerra, Pablo Sanchez, Fabio Vieira, Nicolas Henry, Grazia Quero, Bruno Fosso, Fabio De Pascale, Bryan Wilson, Anna Kubiszyn, Timotej Dermastia, Tinkara Tinta, Roberta Piredda, Chiara Lauritano, Ramiro Logares, Pierre Galand, Maria Tomasino … & Paul Nyhus
The scientific objective of the first Edition (2017) of EMOSE is to review methods in marine plankton metagenomic analysis, essentially comparing the different filtration, sequencing and analysis pipelines used by recent initiatives, i.e. Tara Oceans, Malaspina and the Ocean Sampling Day. Already published data from these projects will be complemented by a new set of data obtained from a comparative experiment of protocols used in the three initiatives. The bulk of the analyses will be...

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