This component contains curated resources relevant to journals implementing the TOP Guidelines, evidence of barriers to replicating scientific findings, and recommendations for policies and practices to increase the credibility of empirical findings.
what i think OSF is trying to be, was supposed to be, or could become... aiming for a bite-size mental model that we could feasibly build toward and that would remain coherent at various levels of abstraction
Attempting a reproduction of Wilfahrt M. (2018)' analysis.
This is a replication attempt on the following claims from O’Brien et al. (2015): RQ1: Latent class analysis Claim ID: m6qkxx Claim 4 text: In Table 4, the insignificant LMR test from the four-class model suggests the three-class model best fits the data. [Table 4, Number of Classes: 3, p < .001; Number of Classes: 4, p = .762] RQ2: Science Knowledge Claim ID: g33kw7 Claim 4 text: The final three columns in Table 2...
Resources to enable adoption of open scholarship behaviors and infrastructure.
Can I pick an old version?
Dataset and codebook from the project are available for download below, under "files". Datasets.zip contains the data files in both .csv and .sav (SPSS) format. For any issues, please contact Rick Klein (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A study on age and political identification
I am attempting a reproduction of a claim from Siwan Anderson: Caste as an Impediment to Trade, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 3 (January 2011): 239–263, http://www.aeaweb.org/articles.php?doi=10.1257/app.3.1.239. For the specific claim, see Claim4 in the file "Anderson_AmEcoJourn_2011_bLe8_24733_PBR_ADR_preregistrationGoogleSheet.xlsx". I specified the reproduction success criteria in that same xlsx file. Note that a successful reproduction can be a precise reproduction or an approximate reproduction, see the xlsx file for details.
The claim selected for reproduction from Huijts et al. (2013) is that, in European countries with tolerant norms towards childlessness or high levels of social contacts, the association between childlessness and psychological well-being is weaker for men, and even positive for women. This reflects the following statement from the paper's abstract: "The disadvantage in psychological well-being of childless people is smaller in countries with tolerant norms towards childlessness and high levels of social contacts." The...
Recordings and slides from the GREI collaborative webinar series.
This is the pre-registration of the final primary analysis strategy that will be used on the unblinded dataset, based on the analysis done on the blinded dataset