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This is a Direct Replication attempt on the claim 4 claim: The findings also supported the next hypothesis, H4: a positive relation will be found between openness to experiences and leadership experiences. A significant (p < .01) positive relation was indeed found here (beta = .34). from Popper et al (2009). The statistical evidence is: b = .34, p < .01
Wednesday, July 20, 2022 Communities of researchers from diverse groups and cultures around the globe use the Open Science Framework (OSF) to support their research workflows. This webinar highlights the impact of translated OSF help guides from different countries, and case studies on how the OSF is used in different countries. If you are interested in becoming a translator for open science resources, please fill out the Translator Interest Form.
This is a push button reproduction attempt for Mertens_covid_gA3A_67m8 Claim paragraph: We selected the claim that risk for loved ones is an independent predictor for the fear of the coronavirus questionnaire. This reflects the following statement from the paper’s abstract: “Four predictors for fear of the coronavirus were retained after forward selection in a multiple regression analysis: intolerance of uncertainty, health anxiety, more media exposure, and risks for loved ones (R squared = .36).” The...
Participants will engage in a ~10-min screening session to check their capability to play Minecraft via the Parsec platform. Once determined that they are eligible, they will be given an intake survey of about 20 minutes to finish on their own. Submission of the survey will enable them to sign up for the Session 2 Minecraft experiment. Then, teams of three qualified participants will be scheduled to participate in a 2-hour experiment that involves searching...